Noah Alden Hardaway at the piano for the Music Doing Good with Scholarships concert, “The Ones to Watch,” in April 2014 at Christ the King Lutheran Church (photo credit, Jay Ford)

Noah Alden Hardaway at the piano for the Music Doing Good with Scholarships concert, “The Ones to Watch,” in April 2014 at Christ the King Lutheran Church (photo credit, Jay Ford)

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Got Musical Talent and Financial Constraints?

Music Doing Good Announces Scholarship Applications Are Now Available

Music Doing Good believes that students who wish to deepen their instrumental or vocal studies through private lessons should have the opportunity to do so. Houston-area students in 6th-12th grade, who are passionate about music, are encouraged to apply for Music Doing Good Scholarships, which provide funding for private lessons, music workshops and tuition through educational institutions

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Scholarships for Music Students with Limited Means

Music Doing Good Announces Scholarship Applications Are Now Available

Music Doing Good believes that students who wish to deepen their instrumental or vocal studies through private lessons should have the opportunity to do so. Houston-area students in 6th-12th grade, who are passionate about music, are encouraged to apply for Music Doing Good Scholarships, which provide funding for private lessons, music workshops and tuition through educational institutions.