Our Project Pipeline initiative is intended for the next generation of aspiring young artists who are striving for musical excellence and need financial support to help them reach their goals.
From January 1st through February 1st, we accept fellowship and scholarship applications for serious young string players. Applications are applied to the calendar year that the application is submitted. Awards are announced by February 15th.
Fellowship recipients receive, for the calendar year, an award that can include funds toward:
Weekly private lessons with your applied teacher
Tuition for a summer music program located anywhere in the United States
Accompanist/pianist fees for competitions
Regular progress check-ins with the PHPA Director
Scholarship recipients are awarded partial or full scholarships toward a summer music camp to be used in the summer of the year in which the scholarship is received. The award covers tuition only and excludes any expenses such as travel, lodging, and food. Scholarship funds are sent directly to the camp/institute, not to the award recipient.
Fellowship awards are available for students in grades 7 through 12.
Fellowship and scholarship awards are based on merit and need.
Students in grades 6 through 12
String Players – Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass
2024 scholarships have been awarded. We will reopen applications on January 1, 2025.