Frances and Richard Bohn Music Scholarship

The Frances and Richard Bohn Music Scholarship is available for graduating high school seniors and undergraduate students who are residents of Ventura County, California. Applicants must have a grade point average of 3.0 or higher and must be majoring in (or planning to major in) music.

Bob and Evie Florence Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Bob and Evie Florence Memorial Scholarship Fund is available for high school seniors and current undergraduate students in Ventura County or Los Angeles County who are majoring in or planning to major in music.

Dear Jack Scholarship

The Dear Jack Scholarship is available for high school seniors and undergraduate students in the U.S. who have been diagnosed with cancer. Applicants must be majoring in music.

Notes for Life Scholarship Fund (K-12)

The Notes for Life Scholarship Fund is available for K to 12 students in Boone County, Missouri, St. Louis County, Missouri or Klamath County, Oregon who is seeking to pursue additional education and development in instrumental music, singing, or dance.

Notes for Life Scholarship (College/Graduate)

The Notes for Life Scholarship Fund is available for undergraduate and graduate students in Boone County, Missouri, St. Louis County, Missouri or Klamath County, Oregon who are seeking to pursue additional education and development in instrumental music, singing, or dance.

Benny Goodman Foundation Scholarship

The Benny Goodman Scholarship is available for students at University of California or California State University who are majoring in music. Preference will be given to students who play clarinet. Click here to learn more and register to apply today!

Richard Louis Caplan Memorial Scholarship for Music Performance

This scholarship is available college juniors and seniors from Maryland who are pursuing a degree in music performance. Applicants must have a grade point average of 2.8 or higher.

Samuel Griffin Seawell and Patsy Moore Seawell Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is open to students who are pursuing post-graduate degrees (i.e., master’s and doctoral degrees or professional artist certificates) in a music- or arts-related discipline at a Piedmont Triad area (NC) institution. Students must have a grade point average of 3.0 or higher and demonstrate financial need.