The Flying Musicians Association (FMA), which has offered its Solo Scholarship Program to high school music students for 10 years, is introducing a new scholarship this year: The FMA Swing Wing scholarship to the New York Hot Jazz Camp.
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The Flying Musicians Association has selected Jovencia (Jovie) Webbeking from Washington as the 15th scholarship recipient of its FMA Solo program. The scholarship takes a music student from zero time to solo.
Nominations for the scholarship, which takes the student from zero time to solo, are due by Jan. 31, 2022.
Nominations for the scholarships, which take high school music students from zero time to solo, are due Jan. 31. 2021.
The scholarship takes an aspiring music student from zero time to solo.
Flying and playing music have a lot in common, which means there is an untapped market of potential pilots.
The Flying Musicians Association has named two recipients for its FMA Solo Scholarship.
The Flying Musicians Association is accepting nominations from high school music directors for the FMA Solo Scholarship Program through Jan. 31, 2019.
The Flying Musicians Association (FMA) has revealed its 2018 Solo scholarship recipients: John Laughman of Pleasant Hill, Ohio, and Nathan Nothelle of Imlay City, Michigan. Nominations from all across the United States and Canada made the selection difficult, according to John Zapp, co-founder and president of FMA. “Every nominee was spectacular, but we had to […]