Student Awards

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Music Awards


Istvan and Beate Anhalt Entrance Scholarship

Established in July 2004 in honour of Beate and Istvan Anhalt by Jennifer and Rocco Marcello. Istvan Anhalt, LL.D. (honoris causa, Queen's) Mus.D. (honoris causa, McGill), Professor Emeritus of Music, is a distinguished composer and teacher, and was former Head of the Department of Music at Queen's University (1971-81). Awarded on the recommendation of the Dan School of Drama and Music to students entering the first year of the Bachelor of Music program who show promise in either composition or performance. If there are no eligible entering students then the scholarship may be awarded to upper year students who specialize in composition or performance.

Dan Music Theatre Admission Awards

Established in March 2018 by the Dan School of Drama and Music and awarded on the recommendation of the Dan School of Drama and Music to students entering the first year of the Bachelor of Music Theatre degree program who show promise by means of an exceptional audition.

Dan Bachelor of Music Admission Awards

Established in March 2018 by the Dan School of Drama and Music and awarded on the recommendation of the Dan School of Drama and Music to students entering the first year of a Bachelor of Music degree program who show promise in either composition or performance.

Margaret Farr Scholarship

Established in February 2007 by Margaret Farr and awarded on the basis of academic achievement to an undergraduate student entering full-time studies in the first year of a Bachelor of Music program in the Dan School of Drama and Music, who demonstrates exceptional ability in the area of performance on a string instrument (violin, viola, cello or double bass). If there is no eligible candidate entering first year, then the scholarship may be granted to an upper year student on the basis of academic achievement, who demonstrates exceptional ability in the area of performance on a string instrument.

Donna Frazer Gobin Scholarship in Music

Established in memory of Donna Frazer Gobin, distinguished teacher of piano and studio instructor of piano at Queen's. Awarded on the recommendation of the Dan School of Drama and Music to a student in the Bachelor of Music program whose major instrument is the piano. Preference will be given to students entering Queen's for the first time.

Helen A. Howard Bassoon Scholarship in the School of Music

Established in March 2009 by Helen A. Howard, B.A. 1948, and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering the first year of the Bachelor of Music degree program whose principal instrument is bassoon. If there are no eligible entrance candidates, the scholarship will be granted to an upper year student in the Bachelor of Music degree program with preference to a student whose principal instrument is bassoon.

Craig L. Hoyt Memorial Scholarship

Established in April 2004 by a bequest from the estate of Craig L. Hoyt and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering or currently registered in the Bachelor of Music program whose applied area of study is voice.

Randall Marsh Memorial Scholarship in Voice

Established in memory of Randall Marsh, distinguished teacher of voice at Queen's. Awarded on the recommendation of the Dan School of Drama and Music to a student in the Bachelor of Music program whose major is voice.

George N. Maybee Memorial Scholarship in Music

Established by friends and admirers of George N. Maybee, D.Litt., F.R.S.C.M., late distinguished teacher, organist and Master of Choristers at St.George's Cathedral, Kingston, Ontario. Two or three scholarships are awarded annually, on the recommendation of the Dan School of Drama and Music, to full-time students in the B.Mus. program whose major applied study is the organ or who show special aptitude in choral conducting, with preference being given to the former in cases of equal or near equal merit. Second-class standing in music courses as well as overall second-class standing is required to qualify for consideration for the award. Entrance candidates will be considered on the basis of promise. Further preference will be given to candidates who have attended a school in Frontenac County. In addition, candidates will receive special consideration if they have practiced, or intend to practice, the profession of music as church organists, choir directors or choristers.

Raymond H. and Phyllis J. Smart Scholarship in Music

The terms for this award are cross listed with automatic upper year Arts and Science, Music awards.

University Scholarships in Music

Five scholarships awarded on the recommendation of the Dan School of Drama and Music with preference given to students entering the first year of the Bachelor of Music program. First year recipients are eligible to have their scholarships renewable for a second year provided the recipient achieves a minimum GPA of 3.5 in the first year.

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