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  • Scholarship Description
  • In 2001, Sphinx joined forces with the League of American Orchestras to execute and oversee its Music Assistance Fund for classical musicians of color. Now called the College-Bound Program, this program is designed to help aspiring musicians develop their skills as they prepare for professional careers. In addition to educational funds, all Sphinx Competition semi-finalists and alumni receive access to undergraduate and graduate scholarships through this program.

    We are honored to name the following top institutions among our partners:
    -Cleveland Institute of Music
    -Indiana University Jacobs School of Music
    -Juilliard
    -Longy School of Music
    -Manhattan School of Music
    -New England Conservatory
    -Oberlin College - Conservatory of Music
    -Temple University, Boyer College of Music and Dance
    -Texas Christian University School of Music
    -University of Colorado-Boulder, College of Music
    -University of Maryland School of Music
    -The University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre and Dance
    -University of Southern California, Thornton School of Music
    -Walnut Hill School

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Sphinx Music Assistance Fund
  • info@sphinxmusic.org
  • 313-336-9809

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