Archive for March, 2011
Beginning March 21, Lakota East Bands will be selling flower bulbs and plants to raise funds. These are wonderful products from Gardener's Supply and can be ordered through your student or via an online link from email and are shipped directly to the customer. Order forms and information will be coming home with your students on Monday or Tuesday. Please keep your eyes open for this great opportunity to earn 25% of your sales for your personal band account! Additional information about the sale is in the attached document.
For additional information, please contact Jennifer Moak at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are pleased to offer the Moeller Music Center’s Music Education Scholarship again this year. All OMEA’s District 13 high school seniors who intend to major in instrumental music school education are eligible for this scholarship. Attached are the scholarship guidelines and a poster. As in the past, the Warren County Arts Council is administering this scholarship for all District 13. The applications must be in by April 14, 2011.
For those students living in Warren County, there are additional arts & music-related scholarships available through the Warren County Arts Council.
For convenience & keeping green, anyone interested can now access this information from the attached poster using a smart phone with a scanning app. Once the poster is scanned, you can bookmark it for future reference and share it with potential scholarship candidates. The scan links you to a more detailed description about the Moeller Music Center’s Music Education scholarship, including links to a YouTube video (http://www.youtube.com/user/moellermusiconline#p/u) & the scholarship application. If you do not have a smart phone with a scanning app, you can rely on the information attached, or go to www.moellermusiconline.com.
Please contact me or the Warren County Arts Council if you have any questions.
There are 3 opportunities through the HFSO to receive a scholarship:
a. The Jack and Audrey Confer Scholarships (10 awarded, at $100) for help with music lessons. (Butler County Residents in grades 7-12 currently)
b. The Kezur Award Applications (open only to members of the Great Miami Youth Symphony Orchestra)
c. The Belew Young Artist Competition (Butler County Residents in grades 9-11 currently)
Each opportunity has specific guidelines and deadlines, so be sure to read them all, if interested. Each of the links is to an Adobe Acrobat (PDF) file.
Please note the mailing address for each is the symphony office:
One High St.
Hamilton, Ohio 45011
Paul John Stanbery, Post-Corbett Laureate
Music Director and CEO
Hamilton-Fairfield Symphony Orchestra and Chorale
Great Miami Youth Symphony
One High Street
Hamilton, Ohio 45011
513-895-5151 Symphony Office