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Various awards are offered to students studying in the School of Music and Performing Arts.
We are delighted to offer several non-refundable bursaries of £500, to be awarded to selected talented performers on entry to the Canterbury Christ Church BMus course. In most years up to three of these prestigious bursaries are available. In any year at least one is expected to be awarded to a wind (brass or woodwind) player and at least one to a string player. All those accepting a place on the BMus course are eligible to be considered for these bursaries, and the awarding panel will make selections based on applicants’ previous attainment and experience (with Grade 8 as a minimum requirement). The bursary is paid once, during the first term of study. A condition of holding a Canterbury Rotary Club Instrumental Bursary is that you are an active member of at least one of the University’s directed ensembles, for example: Symphony Orchestra, String Orchestra, Wind Ensemble and Big Band. These bursaries are funded by the generous support of local Rotarians.
If you would like to apply for a Rotary Club Bursary, the n please record yourself playing a short audition piece. Upload it to the Internet (for example, on YouTube or Vimeo) and send a link or the video file itself to: firstname.lastname@example.org , with ‘Rotary Club Bursary Application’ in the Subject Line. Auditions will also take place during Applicant Days.
The Larissa Lovelock Prize comes from a memorial fund. Sally Lovelock was a mature undergraduate student and, very sadly, her daughter Larissa died from cancer when she was in her twenties and while Sally was a student with us. Larissa was a lovely person and married Damian Coleman (now director of Sport and Exercise Science) at CCCU. The Larissa Lovelock Prize is given to an outstanding MMus performance student who has graduated from CCCU. The recipient has £500 for musical development, and gives a concert in Larissa's memory in St Gregory’s Centre for Music.
The Peggy Hayes Memorial Bursary is awarded to a CCCU Music graduate undertaking postgraduate study in Music, also at CCCU. The bursary is worth £3000, which is shared between two postgraduate students each year. Those concentrating on Performance, Composition and Research within the MMus or PhD programmes are all eligible. The recipient must give an update on progress which should take a public form: a recital, a performance of a newly-composed work, a lecture-recital, or a public talk.
For more information, please contact the School of Music and Performing Arts directly on email@example.com
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