RPS Isserlis Scholarship - application form

Please ensure you have read the Application Guidelines before completing the application form below.

You must be aged between 15 and 25 by 4 March 2019.

Contact Details

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Use of Scholarship

Please provide as much clear detail as you can about your plans at this stage, including place of study, likely dates and teachers. At this stage, we appreciate your plans may change and scholarship winners may propose changes to this outline (subject to approval by the RPS). Please give an indication of the costs involved and where else you hope to get support to cover these beyond what the RPS can offer. Please attach any useful supporting information, such as a confirmation letter, budget, etc. below.
Two files max.

Footage submission

Please read our Application Guidelines (link at the top of this page) before submitting your footage.
Composer; Work and movements; Duration (e.g. 5'); month & year of recording. N.B. If you are not playing at the outset of the recording, please tell us the time at which you begin playing.

Audition repertoire

Please read our Application Guidelines (link at the top of this page) before submitting your repertoire.


Written references from two musicians of standing (this may include music teachers) who are prepared to endorse your application must be sent by the referee to admin@philharmonicsociety.uk by the application closing date.

These references must relate to your application and arrive no later than Monday 4 March 2019. Your application will only be considered upon receipt of up-to-date references.

Please provide the details of your referees below and be sure references are sent following the Application Guidelines (link at the top of this page).

e.g. teacher
e.g teacher
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