Scholarships Funded by the Greensboro Symphony Guild
JEAN TRIMBLE SULLIVAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP:
This $500 scholarship is funded by the Greensboro Symphony Guild to an actively enrolled GSYO student. This recipient is chosen by the GSYO Music Director. It is presented in the Fall.
SAMUEL G. WILSON SCHOLARSHIP:
This $1000 scholarship, established in 1987, and funded by the Greensboro Symphony Guild, provides funds for a member of the Youth Orchestra to attend a recognized summer music program or private lessons. The Scholarship is awarded to the winner of the annual GSYO Concerto Competition.
The Conductor’s scholarship of $500 is funded by the Greensboro Symphony Guild and recognizes a graduating high school student who has made an outstanding contribution to the GSYO orchestra. The recipient(s) are chosen by the GSYO Music Director.
JANE ARMFIELD AND HERMENE EICHHORN SCHOLARSHIP:
This need-based tuition scholarship is presented in the Fall to a Youth Orchestra member(s) chosen by the GSYO Music Director and Education Director for dedication to the orchestra, industriousness, and need. Funded and given by the Greensboro Symphony Guild, the scholarship is to be used for tuition or private music lessons.
HERBERT R. HAZELMAN SCHOLARSHIP:
This $1000 scholarship is awarded every four years and funded by Dr. and Mrs. John E. Chandler, III. It is given in the Fall to a member of the Greensboro Symphony Youth Orchestra who shows outstanding achievement. This is awarded every four years and will be awarded again in 2022.
Endowments Funded by Other Entities
MARY ANN NORMAN BEAN SCHOLARSHIP: This need-based scholarship goes to a member of the GSYO in the Fall. The scholarship honors Mrs. Bean, a teacher and concert pianist, who was the mother of Guild member Nancy Michaud. Awarded every other year, this scholarship is funded by the GSO endowment and chosen by the GSYO Music Director and the Education Director.
CAROLINE M. AND CLAYTON LEE SCHOLARSHIP: Established in 1986 by Caroline M. Lee, this scholarship recognizes a violin or double bass student of the GSYO who has demonstrated outstanding musical achievement. This award, chosen by the GSYO Music Director and Education Director, and funded by the GSO Endowment, is awarded in the Fall.