September 20, 2017

Young Composers Award Awarded by The Hartt School of Community Division

The Young Composers Award is a Contest sponsored by The Hartt School of Community Division.

Information About the Scholarship:

Contest Award: Minimum – $250, Maximum – $1000
Application Deadline: 14-April
Scholarship Requirements: Candidate must be age 13 to 18. Four copies of manuscript, entry fee of $5, official entry form, and certification by teacher required.
Eligible for: Contact sponsor

Awarded by:

The Hartt School of Community Division
University of Hartford, 200 Bloomfield Avenue
West Hartford, CT 06117
USA
Phone: 201 871 3337
Fax Number: 201 871 7639

Contact Details:

Noah Xifr
Director of Operations

Phone: 201 871 3337

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The Hartt School of Community Division

The Hartt School of Community Division