FIRST CLASS HONOURS SCHOLARSHIPS & RECITAL
First Class Honours Scholarships are given annually to ORMTA students that achieve the highest marks in their practical and theoretical conservatory examinations. These scholarships motivate students to excel in their studies and are an opportunity for teachers, through ORMTA, to give back to students. Scholarships are made possible through generous donations from community members and businesses, used music sales, and ORMTA. To make a donation to the scholarship fund, please contact Amelie Langlois at firstname.lastname@example.org
Victor Avila, Recital Convenor
"The First Class Honours Recital showcases ORMTA students who have achieved the distinction of First Class Honours on their practical examinations. Students that have won First Class Honours Scholarships are automatically invited to perform and all others are invited to audition in advance of the recital. The Recital is a chance to hear the beautiful music of ORMTA students!"
FIRST CLASS HONOURS RECITAL 2024
Application & video submission deadline: January 1, 2024
Recital date: January 28th, 2024 at St. Peter's Lutheran Church, 400 Sparks St. between 1:00pm and 4:00pm
Tickets will be $10 per person or $25 per family.
Scholarships will be presented at the end of the recital by Patricia Wang.
Questions or suggestions to email@example.com.
RULES FOR THE FIRST CLASS HONOURS AUDITION/ RECITAL
Students who have received a First Class Honours/First Class Honours With Distinction standing (80% or higher) in any of the 2023 examination sessions are invited to apply.
Open only to students of ORMTA teachers who have completed level 1 and above.
Students may apply only in the area of their teachers’ designation.
Repertoire must be selected at the grade level of the First Class Honours/First Class Honours With Distinction exam or higher.
Students are expected to perform only one movement of a multi-movement composition.
The piece to play in the audition and recital can be from their past repertoire or a new piece they are currently working on.
Performance time per student may not exceed 5 minutes (Level 2-9) and 7 minutes (Level 10 and Associate).
Memorization is mandatory.
The video audition and piece in the recital must be the same.
Teachers will be notified of full recital details and results once the video auditions have been viewed by our jurors.
APPLY FOR SCHOLARSHIPS:
There is no application form to apply for Scholarships. Instead, send a copy of your student’s exam results with a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Level 8 Practical / Theory Level 8 RCM OR Level 4 CC: $100
Level 9 Practical (Lydia Sierhuis Memorial Award): $150
Level 10 Practical (Daisy Roe Moore Memorial Award): $200
Associate Performer (Gladys Boyd Memorial Award): $250
Level 8 Practical /Theory Level 8 RCM OR Level 4 CC: $100
Level 9 Practical: $150
Level 10 Practical: $200
Associate Performer: $250
Gr. 9 Written Theory: $150
Gr. 10 Written Theory: $200
Associate Written Theory (Bertha Bower Memorial Award): $250
-- Junior $125
-- Intermediate $150
-- Senior $175
FIRST CLASS HONOURS SCHOLARSHIPS AND RECITAL ARCHIVES
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