Burnett William Wendorff Memorial Prize for Classical Piano
The university of Queensland Australia

Burnett William Wendorff Memorial Prize for Classical Piano

Australia 27 Mar 2021

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Description

Burnett William Wendorff (1896-1989) was an alumnus of UQ who graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1922.

The prize was established in 2016 by an endowed bequest from the estate of Eunice Shirley Wendorff, in honour of her late husband, Burnett William Wendorff.

Burnett William Wendorff (1896-1989) was an alumnus of UQ who graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1922.

The prize was established in 2016 by an endowed bequest from the estate of Eunice Shirley Wendorff, in honour of her late husband, Burnett William Wendorff.

Burnett William Wendorff (1896-1989) was an alumnus of UQ who graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1922.

Eligibility

Awarded to the student with the most outstanding performance in classical piano.

Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Music or Bachelor of Music (Honours) or a dual program that includes the Bachelor of Music or Bachelor of Music (Honours).

How to apply

Please review the Senate Rules for this scholarship and the rules below (under ‘Selection Criteria').

Download and complete the application form. Email the completed application form to concerts@uq.edu.au.

All applications must be submitted to the School.

Selection criteria

Heats Wednesday 28 April, 2021, 6pm-8pm, Nickson Room

Final Wednesday 5 May 2021, 6pm-8pm, Nickson Room

Competition rules:

  • Heats- max 10 mins duration
  • Finals- max 20 mins duration
  • No more than 6 candidates to proceed from heats to finals in each competition
  • Competitors to organise and self-fund any rehearsals with pianist prior to heats and final if required
  • Winner (automatic) and runner up (by invitation) in each competition to perform in prize winner concert

 

Contact

School of Music

Scholarship value : $500

Number awarded : 1

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