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Summer Music Camp Scholarship

 

provide support for music education and aspiring instrumentalists seeking
to pursue music as a career or an avocation. Consistent with this mission,
in 2017 the HWS launched a music scholarship to provide funding for a
New Jersey middle or high school music student who demonstrates musical
ability and a passion for music. The scholarship provides funding so
the recipient can attend a quality residential summer music program. The
he or she would have the opportunity to perform a solo in a concert with
the HWS.
Our first scholarship winner is saxophonist Christopher Mantell from
Randolph High School. Christopher attended the Rutgers Chamber Music
camp this summer where he studied with internationally recognized
teacher, Dr. Paul Cohen. Christopher will perform the Walter S. Hartley
Concerto No. 1 for Saxophone and Band accompanied by the Hanover
Wind Symphony tonight! Chris is the embodiment of the kind of student
who deserves the support of groups like ours as he pursues his musical
dreams.
Support for the 2017 scholarship came from members of the HWS and
the community at large. We would particularly like to thank our corporate
sponsors — SageBroadview Financial Planning, JLL, and Merck — for helping
to get the scholarship program started. For 2018, we would like to
expand our donor base and raise sufficient funds to sustain the scholarship
into the future.
Help us to send other deserving young musicians to summer camp by
sending donations to:
Hanover Wind Symphony
P.O. Box 100
Whippany, NJ 07981
(please write “Scholarship Fund” on the memo section of the check.), or
by visiting our web-based Scholarship page on Generosity. The URL address
for Generosity is:
The Hanover Wind Symphony is a 501(c)(3) non-profit volunteer organization.
All contributions are tax deductible and eligible for corporate
matching funds.

Part of the mission of the Hanover Wind Symphony (HWS) is to “...bringmusic to people and people to music.” One of the ways we do this is to provide support for music education and aspiring instrumentalists seeking to pursue music as a career or an avocation. Consistent with this mission, in 2017 the HWS launched a music scholarship to provide funding for a New Jersey middle or high school music student who demonstrates musicalability and a passion for music. The scholarship provides funding so the recipient can attend a quality residential summer music program. Additionally, the recipient would have the opportunity to perform a solo in a concert with the HWS.

Our first scholarship winner was saxophonist Christopher Mantell from Randolph High School. Christopher attended the Rutgers Chamber Music camp this summer where he studied with internationally recognized teacher, Dr. Paul Cohen. Christopher performed the Walter S. Hartley "Concerto No. 1 for Saxophone and Band" accompanied by the Hanover Wind Symphony. Chris is the embodiment of the kind of student who deserves the support of groups like ours as he pursues his musical dreams.

Support for the 2017 scholarship came from members of the HWS and the community at large. We would particularly like to thank our corporate sponsors — Sage Broadview Financial Planning, JLL, and Merck — for helping to get the scholarship program started.

For 2018, we would like toexpand our donor base and raise sufficient funds to sustain the scholarshipinto the future.

Help us to send other deserving young musicians to summer camp bysending donations to:

Hanover Wind Symphony

P.O. Box 100

Whippany, NJ 07981

(please write “Scholarship Fund” on the memo section of the check.), or by visiting our web-based Scholarship page on Generosity.

Click Here to access the HWS Scholarship Generosity Page 

 

The Hanover Wind Symphony is a 501(c)(3) non-profit volunteer organization.All contributions are tax deductible and eligible for corporatematching funds.