Oklahoma State University and the Tulsa Symphony Orchestra are pleased to call for applications for the Patti Johnson Wilson Foundation Graduate Fellowship in String Orchestral Performance. Qualified applicants will pursue a master's degree at OSU while performing with the Tulsa Symphony Orchestra. In addition to engaging in professional development opportunities with the TSO, fellows will participate in masterclasses and special events sponsored by the McKnight Center for the Performing Arts at OSU.
Two fellowships will be available for 2021-2022 for violin and/or viola. Applicants can choose to audition on one of the school-wide audition dates (January 15-16, 2021, or February 19-20, 2021) or submit a video to email@example.com. Applications and auditions must be completed by February 20, 2021, for full consideration. Submissions will be considered for acceptance until all positions are filled. For more information about the program: strings.okstate.edu.
Candidates must apply to and be accepted by both the OSU Graduate College and the School of Music's Master of Music program. The application for admission to the Graduate College must be submitted online at gradcollege.okstate.edu. All undergraduate transcripts should be sent to the Graduate College.
About Oklahoma State University Greenwood School of Music
The Oklahoma State University Greenwood School of Music provides a professional environment that stimulates the highest standards of excellence in music education, research, performance, creativity, and service. The School of Music is recognized as a premier university music program, attracting and retaining the finest students, faculty, and staff. OSU prepares students to be leaders in the profession with the highest standards of performance, teaching, research, artistic, and creative vision.
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