Presbyterian College Music Scholarships

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January 30, 2019

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Prospective students who audition for scholarship assistance as a music major, minor or ensemble participant may receive scholarship offers based upon a variety of factors. While a demonstration of basic talent is important, other issues such as musical background, activities, desired level of involvement in the PC music program, attitude, and preparation are considered.

    When you record your audition, you control the content. Submit when you are satisfied with your product. Your online audition is not subject to your availability on our audition days, the weather, your health, or performance anxiety - and you may audition 24 hours/day, seven days a week - until January 30th.

    For more information about the application and audition repertoire, visit the website above.
  • Contact
  • Beverly Davis
  • 503 South Broad Street
  • Clinton, SC 29325
  • bdavis@presby.edu
  • 864-833-8470

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