Pears-Britten Scholarship in Singing


About the scholarship

Application status: Not currently open for applications
Applicable study: Full-time Performance programme in Singing
Opening date: 20 September
Closing date: 1 November
Tenure: One year
For: Assistance
Number on offer: 1
Offer rate: Annually
Value: max. $1,200

Mr Benjamin Britten and Mr Peter Pears gave a concert in the Auckland Town Hall on 7 April 1970. For this concert, offered by reason of longstanding personal friendship with Mr Philip Todd, Senior Lecturer in Singing in the School of Music, these world famous artists gave their services without fee. The Scholarship fund was created out of the proceeds of the concert.

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