New Full-Tuition Graduate Fellowships for String Players at Boise State

Jan 26, 2012 • Views 70

Here are four more reasons to get excited about attending Boise State University (BSU). The Boise Philharmonic and Boise State Music Department have partnered to create four new full-tuition graduate fellowships for string players pursuing a master of music degree. These new fellowship awards will be added to the existing Graduate Quartet Fellowship for a total of 11 awards.

The Graduate Quartet Fellowships not only pay tuition, fees and a 10,000 USD stipend per year, for two years, but also provide fellows the opportunity to play in the Boise Philharmonic.

“This partnership represents two organizations pooling their resources to strive for excellence. By working together we are ensuring that music in the Treasure Valley will remain vital and thrive for many years to come.” – Boise Philharmonic music director Robert Franz  Read more

To be eligible, applicants must be accepted into BSU’s master of music degree program for degrees in performance, pedagogy or education. To learn more about this fellowship please click here.

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