2022- 2023 BVF Inc. Award Cycle 

Thank you so much to all of those who have applied for our grant and instrument access programs. The 2022 - 2023 grant cycle is now closed. 

We look forward to announcing the grant award winners in the near future. 

James Miles Musical Innovation Grant for Continuing Education

The Black Violin Foundations inaugural program will provide scholarships of up to $2,500  to youth who would like to continue their musical education through a program of their liking that fosters musical creativity and innovation. Programs can range from private lessons, to summer music camps, to college courses. Proof of program legitimacy must be provided during the application process.

 

Scholarships will be awarded bi-annualy to up to  20 applicants per scholarship cycle. Recipients will be required to submit a follow up report on their musical progress after having received their scholarship and entering their music program. Black Violin will also connect personally with scholarship recipients to provide encouragement and support. 

Dreamer Instrument Access Program

Black Violin Foundation Inc. in partnership with Baroque Violin Shop is pleased to announce the Dreamer Instrument Access program.

 

Over the course of 2021 we will be granting Beginner and Advanced Student String instruments to young musicians that identify as Black, Indigenous, Persons of Color.

 

The objective of this program is to provide access to quality instruments for existing musicians of color, and to take away the cost burden of purchasing an instrument to prospective students who wish to begin their journey as classical musicians. 

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Dreamer Diversity Equity & Inclusion Grant

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Here's to the Dreamers! A large part of Black Violin Foundation Inc.’s work is in the development of a diverse talent pool.

 

In order to build out equal racial representation in the classical arts, BVF Inc. has created  the Dreamer Diversity Equity & inclusion Grant which seeks to provide financial support to aspiring young musicians that identify as Black Indigenous Persons of Color.

 

Grants of up to $2,500 will be made available to BIPOC youth who hope to either begin or continue their musical education.