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Future Talent: applications now open for 2017 bursaries

Published
17.11.2016

Future Talent supports gifted young musicians from low income backgrounds from anywhere in the UK. This is typically families who have a household income of around £30,000 per year, or less, before tax (incl. benefits). Any young musicians on free school dinners would be eligible for one of the bursaries.

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Bursaries of up to £2,000 per year can be used on anything that will help nurture a young musician's talent. For example, funds can be used for lessons, a new instrument or case, courses or maintenance.

The Charity is now accepting applications for a 2017/18 Bursary. The closing date is Monday 16 January 2017.

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