FOM Scholarships

Friends of Music (FOM) scholarships are available to Cal State LA students who major in music, are enrolled full-time, and have a minimum GPA of 3.0.  Typically, FOM scholarship recipients are students who excel academically and are developing their musical talents. After graduating many of these students go on to successful careers as composers, performers, conductors, studio musicians and music educators.  

Recent Scholarship Recipients:  2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2003 | 2002

Students:
  To learn more about applying for FOM Scholarships, CLICK HERE.

Friends of Music members:  You may specify a particular scholarship, if you wish, when you send in your annual contribution. Established scholarships are as follows:  

Scholarship Title

Intended Recipient

Mary Levin Cutler

Violin or vocal performance

 

Berniece DeLong

Music or theatre

 

East Meets West

Interest in Eastern and Western music

 

Lu Elrod / Keith Snyder

Music education / Vocal performance

 

Michael Feinstein

American popular song / Piano and vocal performance

 

Founders (Ellen & Hilard Kravitz)

Musicology / Vocal performance

 

Robert M. Fowells

Choral conducting / Organ performance

 

George & Ira Gershwin

Vocal / Instrumental performance

 

John A. Greenlee

Music

 

Woody Herman / Stan Kenton

Jazz

 

Dan Howell

Graduate students in commercial music

 

Charles Hubbard Fellowship

Graduate students in music

 

Byong-kon Kim / Sol & Ethel Levenson

Composition / Musical theatre

 

Florence LaRue

Opera / Musical theatre

 

Roy Main / Olga Termini

Brass / Vocal performance / Musicology

 

Rick Martel

Musical theatre / Opera

 

Susann McDonald

Harp / String performance

 

Mona Paulee

Vocal performance

 

Leonard Pennario

Piano performance

 

Ellen Rainier

Music education

 

Kathryn Strassburg

Opera / Musical theater

 

Robert Strassburg Fellowship

Graduate students in composition / Piano performance

 

Maurine Timmerman / Michael Fruchter

Music education

 

Victor Turecek

Opera / Vocal performance

 

Harry Warren

Composition

 

Enor Watson

Jazz

 

Patti Wiggins / Richard McComb

Music education / Piano or vocal performance

 

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