Student award winners from 2017/2018 performed for The Musicale on Sunday, March 4, 2018 at the Salvation Army Citadel.
Students performing were:
Katherine Gwisdala, piano
Arik Maul, piano
Drew Mayes, piano
Ella Carlson, piano
Julia Curley, violin
Preston Lee, piano
Sara Goheen, piano
Lillian Rutallie, violin
Elaina Bailey, oboe
Matthew Poor, piano
Timothy Reis, piano
Chloe Douglas, piano
Roxann McLane, piano
Charles Dobat, piano
Caitlin Werick, piano
Kaitlyn Philp, clarinet
Georgia Seeley, voice
Liam Thomson, cello
Mikayla Warner, trumpet
After the program a reception was held for the performers and their families.
Refreshments were provided by Musicale members who baked for the occasion
The Port Huron Musicale proudly announces the 2018-2019 Lesson Scholarship winners.
Thirty lesson scholarships were given to students in grades 5 through middle college. Scholarships are awarded to worthy students who have competed through auditioning and who wish to enhance their musical skills by taking private lessons.
Grades 9 to Middle College
Grades 5 through 8
Athena Hope Evans
These scholarships are made possible through the following:
Lesson Scholarship Application Forms, Deadlines and Tryout Dates for the 2019/2020 year will be available in January, 2019. Watch this section for announcements.
These scholarships come from the Robert Fraser Legacy, the Emily and Ella Stewart Fund, and the Charles and Margaret Anderson Fund of the Community Foundation of St. Clair County.
Students in grades 4-middle college compete in front of judges for these awards. Competition is held in April for the following school year. Financial need is not required.
Award Committee Chair
Port Huron, MI 48060
Tyouts will be held at:
721 W Huron Blvd.
Two changes to the application procedure are:
1. It is no longer necessary for the private teacher to be a member of The Port Huron Musicale in order to teach students in this program. Of course, we welcome teachers and parents to join the group if they wish and support the work of the organization.
2.In order to partially cover the costs of the scholarship auditions, students will be asked to pay a $5 fee to audition.
Application forms may be downloaded below when available.
Auditions dates will be announced later. Applicants in grades 10 or 11 play a competitive audition for judges. Financial need is not required. Awards are usually around $500.
Note: A minimum of three applicants are required before tryouts will be held.
Forms will be available below to download