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Greater Nassau Chorus Vocal Music Scholarship

The award-winning Greater Nassau Chorus of Sweet Adelines International is offering a $500 Vocal Music Scholarship to a female Long Island high school senior with at least a “B” (3.0) average who plans to study voice or music education in college. Applications are currently being accepted and the deadline is April 1st.


This Baldwin-based ensemble established their annual Vocal Music Scholarship in 2001 as an outgrowth of the great value they place on learning. As with other chapters of Sweet Adelines International, Greater Nassau regularly educates its members by providing coaching sessions with skilled experts and offering individual and group instruction in singing and performance. Their continued striving toward excellence has led them to medal in several Regional- and International-level chorus competitions, perform in prestigious venues (e.g., Radio City Music Hall, Madison Square Garden), and even appear on the nationally-broadcast television show, CBS News Sunday Morning.

Greater Nassau Chorus similarly wishes to help a new generation gain the schooling necessary to reach their musical dreams. The full selection criteria and application for this year’s scholarship and additional information about Greater Nassau Chorus can be found at our website.

Letter of recommendation, essay, copy of recent report card, and application are due no later than April 1st.

If you have any questions pertaining to the criteria or application process, please direct them to gnc.communications@yahoo.com.

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