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Creative New Zealand music scholarships open now

Creative New Zealand music scholarships open now

Calling all musicians: Creative New Zealand is offering four different music scholarships this year, worth up to $61,000.

Applications for these scholarships are due on 28 February 2014.

The Edwin Carr Foundation Scholarship
Open to New Zealand composers wanting to further their studies overseas. Up to $25,000 is available from the fund to support one or two composers per year.
For more information and how to apply:
http://www.creativenz.govt.nz/en/getting-funded/find-funding-opportunities/edwin-carr-foundation-scholarship/general-info

The Butland/Creative New Zealand Music Scholarship
Up to $10,000 is available to provide talented young musicians with opportunities to further their performance studies overseas. Applicants must have completed as a minimum: a university degree, diploma and/or LTCL or LRSM qualification related to their proposed musical studies.
For more information and how to apply:
http://www.creativenz.govt.nz/en/getting-funded/find-funding-opportunities/butland-creative-new-zealand-music-scholarship-101011281124554/general-info

New Zealand/Aotearoa Music Scholarship

To enable young musicians to undertake study or gain further musical experience at a tertiary institution in NZ or overseas. Up to $16,000 is available to support up to two 12-month scholarships each year.

For more information and how to apply:
http://www.creativenz.govt.nz/en/getting-funded/find-funding-opportunities/new-zealand-aotearoa-music-scholarships/general-info

The Jack McGill Music Scholarship
Young musicians wanting to further their music studies overseas are invited to apply. While the scholarship is open to all instrumentalists and singers, priority will be given to pianists. Up to $10,000 is available. Applicants must have completed as a minimum: a university degree, diploma and/or LTCL or LRSM qualification related to their proposed musical studies.
For more information and how to apply:
http://www.creativenz.govt.nz/en/getting-funded/find-funding-opportunities/jack-mcgill-music-scholarship/general-info

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