Are you eligible for the Alexandra M. Munn Scholarships and John & Andrea Wallin Awards?
You should consider applying for an award if:
You are a permanent resident or Canadian citizen;
You are a resident of the greater Edmonton area or studying with a teacher in the greater Edmonton area;
You are between the ages of 11 and 15 (inclusive) on the application deadline;
You are pursuing classical music study;
You have outstanding talent in classical music performance (vocal and/or instrumental); and
Funding your classical music studies is a challenge due to your financial situation.
What is the application process?
To be considered for both the Alexandra M. Munn Scholarships and John & Andrea Wallin Awards applicants should complete a single application form.
Applications will be reviewed based on written submissions. Applicants who meet the criteria will be invited to participate in an interview and performance at a time and venue to be announced. Performances should be of a maximum duration of 20 minutes and include repertoire from three different musical styles.
What documents do you need to provide?
A signed & dated reference letter from a music teacher or music organization.
How are awards paid?
Awards are intended to assist recipients with costs related to study of classical music. Payment will be made to the student or on the student’s behalf, as best suited to the recipient’s situation. Recipients may be asked to provide receipts to demonstrate the award was allocated as intended by the awards panel. Note: Before payment can be made, the recipient must provide a valid Social Insurance Number.
Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, the Alexandra M. Munn Scholarships and John & Andrea Wallin Awards have been postponed indefinitely.
Please check back for updates or contact Anna Oprysko, Student Award Associate at [email protected] for more more information.