Music students win scholarships
7/24/2003 News media contact: Kathy Gilbert · (615) 742-5470 · Nashville, Tenn.
By United Methodist News ServiceFive
music education students have received $1,000 scholarships for 2003-04
from the Fellowship of United Methodists in Music and Worship Arts.
The fellowship is a professional organization affiliated with the churchwide Board of Discipleship in Nashville, Tenn.
The winners are:
Sclavi, studying music at Marian College in Fond du Lac, Wis. She is a
member of Salem United Methodist Church in Fond du Lac.
Mun, pursuing a master's degree in sacred music at Southern Methodist
University, Dallas. She is choir director/keyboardist at St. Philip's
Episcopal Church, Dallas, and former pianist for the Dallas Korean
Central United Methodist Church.
Melodie G. Galloway, working on
a doctoral of musical arts in choral conducting degree at the
University of North Carolina-Greensboro. She is director of music and
arts at Gulf Breeze (Fla.) United Methodist Church.
Couch, pursuing a bachelor of music degree in organ from Stetson
University in DeLand, Fla. She is the director of music ministries at
First United Methodist Church, Melbourne, Fla.
attending Bridgeport (Texas) High School. The first recipient of the
Robert Schilling Scholarship, she plans to study music at Hendrix
College in Conway, Ark.
To qualify for the scholarships, a
student must be a full-time music degree candidate at an accredited
university, college or school of theology or doing special education in
worship or worship-related arts. Students must demonstrate exceptional
musical or other artistic talent, leadership ability and potential
future usefulness to the church in music or worship
More information is available by contacting the fellowship at email@example.com or (800) 952-8977.
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