Organization : Wakkerstroom Music Festival
Competition Name : 3rd Wakkerstroom Music Festival Bursary Competition
Applicable For : Open for all residents of South Africa
Competition Deadline : 17 February 2017
Competition Date: 17-21 March 2017
Prize : R25 000
Website : http://wmfestival.co.za/
Terms & Condition : https://www.southafricain.com/uploads/6224-WMFBC.pdf
3rd Wakkerstroom Music Festival Bursary Competition
** The Wakkerstroom Music Festival is a Non-Profit Organisation and a Public Benefit Organisation.
** The aim of the WMF is to promote an awareness of Performing and visual Arts in rural communities and raise funds for a bi-annual Bursary Competition.
Related : LISOF Bursary Competition : www.southafricain.com/4611.html
** The hills will come alive with classical music for the seventh consecutive year in the picturesque town of Wakkerstroom over the long weekend of 17-21 March 2017.
** The Wakkerstroom Music Festival is a non-profit organisation which aims to mainly raise funds that will enabling promising music students to further their studies.
** Usually a place of birdsong, quiet and solitude for visitors who come to this internationally renowned wetland birding centre to “twitch”, the festival has become well known in the classical music world, and has become the highlight of the social and cultural life of the village, and a draw card for the many visitors who attend annually.
** The detailed program of recitals and further details of the festival and accommodation options will be available on the websites .wmfestival.co.za or .wakkerstroom.co.za from February 2017.
** Inquiries info AT wmfestival.co.za
** Closing date for applications is Friday, 17 February 2017
Ticket Booking Information :
** Advance bookings open on Monday 20th February 2017 and closes at midnight Tuesday 14th March 2017
Ticket Office opens Thursday 16th March 2017 :
Ticket office hours :
Thursday 16th – 09h00 – 16h30
Friday 17th – 09h00 – 18h00
Saturday 18th – 09h00 – 18h00
Sunday 19th – 09h00 – 18h00
Monday 20th – 09h00 – 18h00
** The Program for the festival will be available online one month before the festival, exact dates to be confirmed.
** Please book your accommodation to avoid disappointment.
** Twelve bursaries worth the total of R160 000 for undergraduate or post-graduate classical music studies to be awarded in the following categories Piano, strings, wind and voice.
** First prize R25 000 in each category
** Second prize R10 000 in each category
** Third prize R5 000 in each category