PROMISING YOUNG MUSICIANS
made four bursary
to a young Clarinetist to attend the
National Children's Wind Orchestra of Great Britain, Easter Camp
to a young Saxophonist
to attend the
National Children's Wind Sinfonia
to a young Trombone
player to attend the
Musicale Young Artists' Programme at Harpenden
and to a young
Flautist to assist in the purchase of a new instrument
of MUSIC:LINK’s constitution as a Registered Charity
requires that we promote
music and its development
within the Lincolnshire and East Midlands area.
MUSIC:LINK Bursary Scheme
gives assisted funding for attendance
and Masterclasses or similar courses
to promising, talented young musicians
of school age
encourage them to reach a standard
where they can give public perfomances.
you know of any promising young musicians
who you feel could benefit from
any aspect of this Scheme
please contact MUSIC:LINK.
for 2017 Bursaries will close on
1st March 2017.
membership of Music:Link is not a requirement
for our accepting applications
preference will be given
to applications and nominations
schools, teachers and organisations
who are members of, or who are
affiliated to MUSIC:LINK.
note, previous recipients of bursary awards
are not eligible for consideration.
details of the scheme may be obtained by contacting
Music:Link Bursary Scheme has now completed its tenth year and we
have been able to award bursaries to 32 young musicians totalling
over £16,000. We believe that it is important for us all to encourage
and support young musicians so that the continued perfomance of
LIVE music is assured.
for awards have come from a wide variety of disciplines and we have provided bursaries
for a ’Cellist,
Cornet Players, Euphonium Players, Flautists, a Harpist, a Guitar
Player, Organists, Percussionist, Pianists, Saxophonists, Singers,
Trumpeter, Trombonists and Violinists. We received many more applications
and, had we had more funds available, we would have been able to
give financial support to more young musicians.
value of the awards to these young musicians are summed up in their
“Words could not possibly describe the
unforgettable experiences I had on my week at EYSM, I could easily
describe the week at Haileybury as the most sensational week of
“Thank you very much. It was a fantastic experience that I will
remember for a long time!”
could never have imagined that such a huge transformation could
take place in so many people in such a short period of time.”
was so honoured to be awarded the bursary … …but nothing could have
prepared me for the incredible opportunities I would experience.”
“The knowledge I have gained will last me throughout my musical
you for your generosity that enabled me to attend the English Schools
Orchestra course … I got so much out of the experience.”
"Being given the opportunity to attend
the Musicale summer school in Harpenden opened up a whole lot of
opportunities for me. Not only did I experience playing in a Wind
Band (which I had not done before) but I was surrounded by fellow
musicians who share the same passion for music as me. By Music:Link's
giving me the chance to attend this programme, I was also given
the confidence to believe that if I worked hard enough, I could
achieve almost anything I want to.
Music:Link aspires to turn young people with musical talent into
excellent young musicians who discover themselves through music
and influence those around them. Without Music:Link, I would not
have had the belief to take some of the opportunities I have been
given and not only work in them, but push myself to my absolute
limit to excel in them with my full potential. Without Music:Link
I wouldn't be where I am today; about to start my second year at
Wells Cathedral School as a specialist musician (trumpet) on an
MDS Scholarship scheme run by the government.
Music:Link not only gives people the chance to make their dreams
a reality, but also gives them the inspiration to develop a genuine
love for music and a footpath to continue to work in order to have
a future career in it."
focus for musical organisations and music-lovers.
Musical Information Service in Lincolnshire
and the East Midlands.