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German Music and Language Scholarship Competition

$1,500

Deadline Varies

Awards Available: 10

  • Scholarship Description
  • The Houston Saengerbund, founded in 1883, is the oldest musical association in the city. The purpose of the Society is to cultivate the furtherance of German song and music, to preserve the German language, to promote the Society's life, and to convey good German customs and morals. To further these ends, the Houston Saengerbund announces the 2020 German Music and Language Scholarship Competition to provide scholarship funding to eligible Houston are high school seniors. There are two categories - Singing and Language - that each has their own deadline. Applicants for either category must be U.S. citizens or permanent legal residents, graduating high school seniors and enrolled in college or university for the upcoming fall the scholarship is offered. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • P.O. Box 70106
  • Houston, TX 77270-0106
  • scholarship@houstonsaengerbund.org
  • 281-375-2729

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