Sullivan Foundation Offers Support For Exceptionally Talented Young Singers
Deadline: September 12, 2006

By MusicDish [05-27-2006]

The goal of the Sullivan Foundation is to identify talented young singers and help them develop professional careers.

Through annual auditions in New York, the foundation gives a number of $7,500 cash awards to gifted singers in the early stages of professional careers, to be used for any career-related purpose. Winners may also receive role preparation assistance for a period of five years to help defray expenses incurred in musical, dramatic, vocal, and language coaching for specific professional engagements. The number of awards given each year varies according to the resources of the foundation.

Applicants must be in the early stages of their careers and have completed their academic training. In addition, they should have sung at least one engagement with a known opera company, symphony orchestra, or other organization utilizing full orchestral accompaniment, and must submit a copy of a contract for a professional engagement with full orchestra following the foundation's November audi- tions. Visit the foundation's Web site for complete program information and application procedures.

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