The John R. Pandolfi Scholarship and Summer Study Grants
The Tri-County Music Association, Inc. offers John R. Pandolfi Scholarships; conditional, competitive scholarships to students attending a four-year college or university as a music major. Summer study grants are also available for high school students who wish to further their musical experiences through advanced lessons, clinics, or other projects deemed appropriate. Students’ families must be residents of the Tri-County area (Barnstable, Bristol and Plymouth counties of Massachusetts). Applications must be submitted on-line by April 7, 2018.
Visit http://www.tricountysymphonicband.org/scholarships.html for more information.
Scholarship Applications can be submitted online at: https://goo.gl/forms/Jlo4xb3gR5HeV2U43
Summer Grant Applications can be submitted online at: https://goo.gl/forms/Ar3h0MvvpxYxlMD83
Senior Festival Concert Recordings are now available on the Concert Recordings page.
Disclaimer: These recordings are for home, private use and cannot be sold and/or distributed.
Plymouth Philharmonic High School Music Scholarship is awarded to a high school junior living within Plymouth County who intends to apply in the fall of senior year to a four-year music program majoring in music performance (instrumental or vocal,) music education, or music composition. The scholarship is given in the junior year to enhance a student’s application. The award of $2500 may include reimbursements for additional music lessons, master classes or workshops, summer music camp, travel costs to the aforementioned, purchase of better instrument or related equipment, or other such expenses to assist will be considered.
Visit http://www.plymouthphil.org/PageLinks3.asp for more information and application.
The Senior Band is in need of a piano player for this year’s program. If you have a student that is interested in auditioning, we will be using the attached piano selection from Revelry. You will need to register piano audition students along with your other students. In addition to the required piece, students will be required to perform sight-reading and all major scales. Use the attached All-State Scales document for reference on how the scales should be played. (Note: This is for reference only. All major scales are required, but minors and modes are not. Also Chromatic is not required)
Revelry – Piano
UPDATE: Students auditioning for piano may audition for another ensemble. However, if the student is accepted on both piano and another ensemble, the student will be placed in the concert band on piano. The student may only receive and All-State recommendation on the other instrument in which he/she auditioned.
An email was sent out on 9/20 regarding medical forms. They are now available for download on the website. One change is that we no longer require medical forms at auditions. They are now only required at festival for accepted students. These forms should be turned in when you check in the first morning of the festival.