BURSARY AWARDS 2020

AFYM is pleased to offer the following bursaries which are made possible by the generosity of our sponsors to assist your progress in music.


DOROTHY WATKINS FOUNDATION BURSARY
Dorothy Watkins was a Quaker who, although originally from Coventry, lived in Swansea all her life. The Trust she established supports projects connected with the advancement of education and religion. In this respect we welcome applications for this bursary from individuals or schools of any age.


PETER LYNN & PARTNERS MUSIC DEVELOPMENT BURSARY
This award is for a young musician aged 14—19 years to attend a summer school, orchestral course, county or national music course or for other music-related
costs, or for purchase of music books, or for a period of music lessons.


LINDY PHILLIPPS BURSARY AWARD
Lindy Phillipps was a founder member of the AFYM committee and the Festival’s first secretary. As a pianist, piano teacher and flute player she derived enormous pleasure and inspiration from attending summer schools. In her memory we are able to offer a bursary, generously donated by Mr Jim Phillipps, for a young musician aged 14-19 years to attend a summer school, orchestral course, county
or national music course or for other music-related costs.


For more information please email DianeWorkman@afym.org.uk
Copies of the application form are available at the Festival and will be made available here soon.

CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: 29 FEBRUARY 2020

Thank you so much for the Bursary Award. I used it for the National Youth Orchestra of Wales summer course, and had an amazing time. I had a great opportunity working with an incredible conductor and being made co-leader of the cello section. The experience will help my musical career and will help me perform better in my Music College Auditions

Luke Millard, Winner of the Lindy Phillipps Bursary

Through the grant of the Lindy Phillipps Bursary Award I was given a brand new opportunity to develop and enhance my piano playing and musicianship skills in a way that was highly beneficial to me. I was extremely fortunate to attend the Summer School for Pianists in Hereford. It elevated my playing, and contributed immensely to my development as a pianist. I am very grateful to the AFYM and to Mr Phillipps for giving me this brilliant opportunity

Ify Iwobe, Winner of the Lindy Phillipps Bursary