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A scholarship for overseas postgraduate study in musical performance, including conducting.
This scholarship has been established by Annette Campbell-White in memory of her mother, Patricia Pratt. Funding for the scholarship is made available through the Kia Ora Foundation founded by Annette Campbell-White for educational purposes. The purpose of the scholarship is to assist outstanding New Zealand musical performers who have completed an honours degree in musical performance in New Zealand to continue their musical development at a renowned international music school or conservatorium. The scholarship will be awarded for classical music performance including vocal or instrumental performance or conducting.
Applicants will be New Zealand citizens who will have resided in New Zealand for at least three of the last five years immediately preceding the year of selection. Applicants will have recently completed the requirements for an honours degree* in musical performance at a New Zealand university.
*In very exceptional circumstances an application from a candidate without Honours (or equivalent) may be considered. Candidates who are completing an Honours year whilst making application are considered eligible.
Up to US$30,000 per annum.
One scholarship is awarded annually, some secondary awards may be given.