Undergraduate female music majors who
- are registered in the College of Fine and Applied Arts as their primary college
- according to the Registrar's Office is an Illinois resident
- who have a cumulative grade point average of 3.00 or higher,
- and receive the approval of their applied professor.
Date and Time:
Sunday, February 12, 2023, beginning at 1PM in Smith Recital Hall
- Perform at least 2 contrasting works demonstrating technical ability and lyrical musicality.
- The total duration of the repertoire should not be less than eight minutes and not exceed fifteen minutes. (Please feel free to exclude long accompaniment passages to maximize solo passages).
- Memorization of repertoire is optional.
- There is no need to submit scores as part of the competition.
- Accompaniment is encouraged, but not a requirement.
- Each applicant is required to acquire their own accompanist, and contact them in a timely manner.
- All decisions from competition judges are final.
Questions about competition can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Application form opens November 1, 2022, and closes February 1, 2023.
Smith Scholarship Details
- The scholarship is retroactive to the beginning of the fall semester of the current year.
- This scholarship duration is based upon the normal length of study to attain an undergraduate music degree. This is most often a maximum of eight semesters. The projected length of study will be determined according to the current class standing in the School of Music. For example, a student in the first semester of her freshman year as a music major would receive the award for no more than a total of eight academic semesters [no summer sessions]. Exceptions or irregularities in this matter will be handled on a case-by-case basis and require the approval of the Admissions Director and the Director of the School of Music.
- The terms of the scholarship require the recipient to continue as a music major registered in the College of Fine + Applied Arts and to study applied music every semester in residence on campus, with the exception of that semester during which she practices teaches as a music education major.
- A recipient is required to make normal progress toward her degree and maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.00 in all course work taken at the University of Illinois; the award will be revoked and made available to another qualified student should this grade point average not be maintained.
- The scholarship is subject to inclusion in any financial aid considerations the recipient may receive from the University of Illinois.