Wakkerstroom Music Festival Bursary Competition South Africa 2021 – 2022

ABOUT THE BURSAR

The Wakkerstroom Music Festival is an NPO (Non-Profit Organisation) and a Public Benefit Organisation, whose aim is to promote awareness of Visual and Performing Arts within rural communities, as well as to raise funds for their Bursary Competition which is held bi-annually.
 

ABOUT THE BURSARY

12 bursaries will be awarded at the 3rd Wakkerstroom Music Festival, to a total value of R160 000. Bursaries will be awarded to undergraduate and postgraduate students studying towards a classical music qualification in one of the following categories: Piano, Strings, Voice, Wind.

The bursaries will be awarded as follows:
*R25 000 for each first prize student in each category
*R10 000 for each second prize student in each category
*R5 000 for each third prize student in each category
 

 

ELIGIBILITY

Applicants must satisfy the following minimum entry criteria before applying:

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HOW TO APPLY

Download and complete the Wakkerstroom Music Festival Bursary Application Form  (word doc format) or the Wakkerstroom Music Festival Bursary Application Form (pdf format).
 

Please include the following items in your application pack:

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Complete application forms and supporting documentation must be emailed to competition@wmfestival.co.za
 

CLOSING DATE

17 February 2022.
 

CONTACT

For any bursary queries, please contact:
Email: competition@wmfestival.co.za

*For further details about the Rules and conditions, Application Procedure and Adjudication Procedure – please visit the official “Wakkerstroom Music Festival” website: http://wmfestival.co.za/?page_id=442

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