Use below buttons to see more information and also pre-application advice can be obtained by e-mailing :email@example.com
For the Future of Early Music...
The Friends of St Cecilia’s Hall annually invite applications for Student Bursaries to assist with costs of travel, research, conference attendance and professional preparation in connection with early music and early music instrument technology.
The range of research and activity is fascinating, covering specialist early lute repertoire; evolution of bel canto style; baroque ensemble performance practice; and the development of the flute in Scotland with particular reference to iconography. Such awards are made each year from a dedicated Bursary Fund which is sustained partly by generous donations and partly by fund-raising activities like small domestic concerts for Friends and guests; the sale of CDs, postcards and refreshments; and our Edinburgh Festival Fringe concert series.
Sample of previous Bursary Awards
Bursary holders report on how they have used their awards in our newsletter, Soundboard. They keep in close touch with the Friends long after the year of their award. You will be able to track their progress and see the effect of your gift in their development.
With many thanks in advance for your support,
Chairman, The Friends of St Cecilia’s Hall and Museum.
* To donate to the Bursary Fund, contact:
The Friends of St Cecilia’s Hall and Museum,
c/o Dr Jenny Nex, Centre for Research Collections,
6th Floor, Main University Library,
Edinburgh, EH8 9LG.
Photos shown are of five previous bursary award holders: Elizabeth Ford, Eric Thomas, David Gerrard , David Dewhirst and Annemarie Klein