The Adolph Spivakovsky Scholarship for Composition of Music is awarded annually to a young Australian composer in recognition of their outstanding compositional talent. The award consists of a financial prize and a public performance of the winning composition. Composers are encouraged to write a new, unique notated work in any genre (commercial, art, etc.) for a chamber ensemble of no more than five players, lasting no more than seven minutes, by the year 2022. This could include vocalist(s) and/or acoustic/electric instruments. This application requires a score and a recording (in MIDI or an acoustic format). There can be no plagiarism here. Samples, lyrics, and music composed by others that are used in the work must have been cleared properly by the candidate before submission.
About the Scholarship Sponsor:
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Scholarship Sponsor(s): University of Melbourne
Scholarship Country: Australia
Scholarship Worth: $3000
Scholarship Type: Undergraduate
Nationality: International Students
One payment totaling around $3000 in total.
Eligibility for Scholarship
- be enrolled anywhere in Australia as a Principal Study Composition student, in a bachelor’s degree or higher program in music performance have successfully completed the first year of a bachelor’s degree program in music anywhere in Australia
- The Adolph Spivakovsky Scholarship for Composition of Music was established to promote, support, and stimulate the art of musical composition in Australia. The scholarship provides a monetary award for the winning composer as well as a public performance of the winner’s musical composition.
- In the year 2022, composers will be asked to create an accessible original notated work in any style (commercial, art music, etc.) for a group of five players or fewer, with the piece having a total duration of around seven minutes. This could be for one or many voices, as well as acoustic or electronic instruments. Along with this application, you will need to provide a score as well as a recording (either MIDI or acoustic).
- The work cannot be copied in any way. A written clearance from the candidate is required prior to the submission of any work that makes use of previously published or copyrighted material, such as samples, lyrics, or other music that have been stolen from the property of other copyright holders.
Undergraduates at Leeds University in the United Kingdom can apply for a scholarship for the 2023–2024 school year. In an effort to inspire all students to continue their study, the University of Leeds is looking for exceptional students who can participate in research across the Mathematics department and are inspired to pursue higher education.
The University of Melbourne Australia 2022 Adolph Spivakovsky Scholarship for Composition of Music 2022 is open to all International Students
- Are you interested, and do you qualify? To submit an application, please visit the University of Melbourne’s webpage located at finearts-music.smartygrants.com.au.
- Apply online by clicking on the link provided below (link is visible only during the application open phase)
The application deadline for University of Melbourne Australia 2022 Adolph Spivakovsky Scholarship for Composition of Music 2022 is October 17, 2022