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Mikhail Boguslavsky Chamber Music Scholarship Application

Established in loving memory of Mikhail Boguslavsky, the Boguslavsky Scholarship Fund provides School of Music bowed string students with financial assistance to pursue advanced study in chamber music. At least one student a year will receive an award to cover expenses associated with attending a workshop, summer program, master class, or other extramural activities including travel costs, registration fees, and other related expenses.

Eligible students include junior, senior and graduate orchestral bowed string students in good standing who are currently also participating in chamber music (violin, viola, cello, and bass). Students may apply as a performing group.

Special consideration will be given to members of the school's honors string quartets, in recognition of Mikhail Boguslavsky’s founding role in their establishment and his leadership in developing the school's chamber music program over his 25-year tenure.

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Include all expenses, although only the amount available will be awarded for support. (File size limit: 2MB. Allowed file name extensions: 'doc', 'docx', 'pdf', or 'txt')

Résumé should reflect your musical studies and experience, especially chamber music experience and education. (File size limit: 2MB. Allowed file name extensions: 'doc', 'docx', 'pdf', or 'txt')

(200 words or less)

Students who receive a scholarship, fellowship, or other financial aid administered by the University of Utah are required by state law to certify that they are eligible to receive the scholarship as a U.S. citizen or a citizen of another country who is lawfully present in the U.S. If students do not know whether they are in the U.S. lawfully, they should seek the advice of an immigration attorney before filing a scholarship/financial aid application.

Prior to the disbursement of any scholarship/financial aid, the University of Utah is required by law to verify the recipient's citizenship status or lawful presence in the U.S. with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Once the University submits a student's information to DHS for verification, this federal agency may have the legal right to share the information with other government agencies.

I certify under penalty of perjury that I am either a U.S. citizen or a citizen of another country who is lawfully present within the U.S. I understand that my lawful presence within the U.S. will be verified through the Department of Homeland Security prior to an award of this scholarship/financial aid.

Last Updated: 3/22/23