November 22, 2017

Leonard Rose International Cello Competition Awarded by Clarice Smith School of Music Performing Arts Center

The Leonard Rose International Cello Competition is a Contest sponsored by Clarice Smith School of Music Performing Arts Center.

Information About the Scholarship:

Contest Award: Maximum – $20000, plus New York recital and other engagements
Scholarship Requirements: Major quadrennial international music competition for the most advanced cellists only. Candidate must be age 18 to 30. Selection is based upon solo repertoire and performance with symphony orchestra.
Eligible for: Contact sponsor

Awarded by:

Clarice Smith School of Music Performing Arts Center
Suite 3800, University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742-1625
USA
Email: gmoquin@deans.umd.edu
Phone: 301 405 5549
Fax: 301 405 9504
Sponsor’s Website: http://www.claricesmithcenter.umd.edu

Contact Details:

George Moquin
Director of International Competitions

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Clarice Smith School of Music Performing Arts Center

Clarice Smith School of Music Performing Arts Center