The Georgina Joshi Fellowships Information Workshop
Saturday, February 1, 2014 from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM (EST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
ANNOUNCING THE GEORGINA JOSHI GRADUATE AND INTERNATIONAL FELLOWSHIPS
GRAD SINGERS!!! We’d like to alert you to TWO very important opportunities.
Both the Georgina Joshi Graduate Fellowship and the Georgina Joshi International Fellowship will be awarded this year to graduate voice students in the Jacobs School.
- The Graduate Fellowship covers a full year of study at the JSoM, including tuition, fees, books, supplies, living and local travel expenses, and other costs related to studying and living in Bloomington.
- The International Fellowship affords an international educational experience that can be designed to your needs. Educational and audition activity can be in, but are not limited to, cultural centers such as Berlin, Austria, Vienna, London and other European locations.
To help with introducing these opportunities and any questions you may have about them, we’re organizing a workshop this Saturday, 11am-12:30pm, that we urge you to attend. In addition to introducing you to the opportunities, we’re organizing a panel to talk about Georgina Joshi, who studied at the Jacobs School of Music and a panel to discuss professional training and performance in Germany.
WHEN: Saturday, February 1, at 11am
PANELISTS: Professors Mary Ann Hart and William Jon Gray, Director of Development Melissa Dickson, along with (via Skype) – Eiddwen Harrhy (Royal College of Music), and alumni Simona & Georgios Zacharias, Thomas Florio, Chris Lysack, and Angela Brower.
SEND IN YOUR QUESTIONS! What would you like to ask our grads working in Europe?
In order to make the best use of our Skype time, we invite you to send your questions to email@example.com so that we can send them ahead of time to our panelists.
Handouts will be available at the meeting with comprehensive information about these exceptional opportunities for further study.
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