Scholarship Award Holders

Finzi Scholarships

Patrons: Sir Andrew Motion • Antony Gormley
Sir Harrison Birtwistle • Alan Rusbridger

The Gerald Finzi Charitable Trust has now completed its eighth series of scholarship awards.

Previous winners and applicants for this year

2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012

Selected award holders.

ANNEKE SCOTT
Annake Scott
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KATE WAKELING
Kate Wakeling
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KATRINA WATERS
Katrina Waters
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NIGEL HILDRETH
Nigel Hildreth
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TRISH VELLA-BURROWS
Trish Vella-Burrows
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HELEN PORTER
Trish Vella-Burrows
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GORDON COX
Nigel Hildreth
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2012


SUCCESSFUL APPLICANTS

Holly Marland: Manchester, Knowledge Exchange Manager, RNCM; the Art of the Kora, Gambia.

Jennifer Morsches: London, cellist: The anomaly of the violoncello piccolo, Europe.

Ailis Ni Riain: Yorkshire, composer & ACE Music Officer: Research visits to Slovenia and Lithuania.

Jane Rogoyska: writer/film-maker; Polish Music 1938-48, Poland.

Frances Williams: Cambridge, Education consultant; Julian Clifford – the phenomenon, UK.

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2011


AWARDS WERE GIVEN TO:

Joanne Edgar: Glasgow, Music therapist; A practical exploration of the use of recording and sound production with the disadvantaged communities of Cape Town.

Madeleine Holmes: London, Singer; In search of the Italian 20th century song.

John Madden: Oxford, teacher; Mali and Hay on Wye, a musical interaction.

Luisa Rosina: London, teacher; El Sistema, Social action for music in Venezuela.

Merit Stephanos: London, animateur/teacher; Early Classical and Christian chant in the Arab world.

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2010


AWARDS WERE GIVEN TO:

Sian Jones: creative performance project, “Lily - My Debussy”.

Daniela Rosselson: spiritual song from the Matanzas region; Cuba.

Anneke Scott: Jacque-Francois Gallay – A practical exploration of the Douze Grands Caprices; France.

Callum Thomson: Broadening the reach of music: the US perspective; USA.

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2009


AWARDS WERE GIVEN TO:

Patricia Vella-Burrows: The Use of Music in Dementia Care.

Kate Wakeling: Studying Carnatic Flute and Bharatanatyam Dance in Chennai.

Katrina Waters: Singing Strauss in the German Operatic House Style.

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2008


AWARDS WERE GIVEN TO:

Lucy Forde: London, Animateur/Flautist; Indian Music, Cross Cultural Collaboration and Creative Approaches to Music Making; India.

Rolf Jordan: Irby, Artist/Designer; A Portrait of J Campbell McInnes; Canada.

Helen Porter: Gillingham, Dorset, Composer/Singer; The Venetian Interludes; Italy.

Jo-Anne Scanlan: Swindon, Dancer/Choreographer; Connecting with Jazz: exploring tap as a percussive art form; USA.

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2007


AWARDS WERE GIVEN TO:

Gordon Cox: Reading, Senior Lecturer; Richard Slater, Father of Salvation Army Music: A Biographical Study; UK.

Bridget Cunningham: London, Harpsichordist; Research and performance of Early Irish Music; Ireland.

Sarah Field: London, Saxophonist/Trumpeter; Indian Odyssey: The Breath, The Life, The Music; India.

Gregory Martin: Oxford, Scholar; The Intersection of Language, Landscape and Music, in Early 20th Century England; UK.

Julian Perkins: London, Organist/Conductor; Organ Pilgrimage to Germany and The Netherlands; Germany, Netherlands.

Micaela Schmitz: Broadway, Scholar; 18th Century English and Scottish Songs; UK.

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2006


AWARDS WERE GIVEN TO:

Jill Anderson: London, Broadcaster/Musician/Teacher; Klezmer, Then and Now; USA.

Mark Eden: Winchester, Classical Guitarist; Music for an Island – creating visual images of locations inspiring compositions; UK.

Dan Gresson: London, Percussionist; Brazilian Percussion Traditions; Brazil.

Elizabeth Tingle: Northampton, Senior Lecturer in History; Chantries and the Liturgy for the Dead in Brittany, 1500-1720; France.

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2005


AWARDS WERE GIVEN TO:

Nigel Hildreth: Colchester, Teacher; Study of Folk Traditions; Sweden and Estonia.

Sarah Moule: London, Writer/Singer; Learning to sing with Italian style; Italy.

Hilary Phillips: Glasgow, Teacher; Colourstrings – a new direction in teaching from Finland to the UK; Finland.

Svetlana Zvereva: Milngavie, Scholar; Alfred J Swan: A Life in Music Seen Through his Archive; USA.

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