Music Trophies, Bursaries & Awards

All trophies are to be held for one year and should be returned to the secretary in a clean condition by April 30th of the year following.

The Dunhill Trophy and the Gordon Mawson Award
Most Promising Pianist

The Music Trophy
Most Promising Musician

The Festival Bursary The Gordon Mawson Trophy and Bursary
Most Promising School Choir

The Vera Markham Memorial Trophy 2007
is to be awarded to the choir of the Festival Infant, Junior or Adult.

The Pat Inman Trophy
is to be awarded to the winning performer of the Disney Classes chosen by the adjudicator

The Paul’s Music Salver
to be awarded to either the 11-13 years or 13 to 17 years Song from a Musical or Film Soundtrack class at the adjudicators decision.

The Edwards Trophy
Highest Marks in The String Classes

The Major Trophy
Highest Marks in the Music Making Classes

The Alf Whitby Memorial Trophy
Most Promising Brass Player

Festival Medals for the highest marks in
Recorder Solo Classes
Recorder Duet Classes

The Olive Graveling Memorial Bursaries For the Most Promising young singers
AWARDED BY THE COURTESY OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE FRIENDS OF THE SCUNTHORPE COOPERATIVE JUNIOR CHOIR.
1) 13 years and under
2) 14 to 18 years
The award is to be devoted to the recipient’s musical education.
These two performers will also hold for one year the Festival Shield (new for 2015)

The Festival Bursary is to be awarded to the Vocalist who makes the greatest contribution to the Festival.

The Iris Blanchard Trophy
Junior Piano

PLEASE NOTE: No one Singer may receive more than one bursary.

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