The Schecter Michael Anthony Bass Scholarship (sponsored by Schecter Guitars) was created to directly encourage and support the educational growth of bass program students at Musicians Institute at the AA or B.M. level.
Why would you like to study at the Musicians Institute? Candidates will be able to understand the structure and function of the vocal instrument through various methods. Here they can grow the practice and development of their singing voice.
Musicians Institute (MI) is a private for-profit music school in Los Angeles, California. MI students can earn Certificates and – with transfer of coursework taken at Los Angeles City College – Associate of Arts Degrees, as well as Bachelor of Music Degrees in either Performance or Composition. The college was founded in 1977.
Musicians Institute was founded as The Guitar Institute of Technology in 1977 as a one-year vocational school of guitarists and bassists. Its curriculum and pedagogical style was shaped by guitarist Howard Roberts (1929–1992). Pat Hicks (né Patrick Carroll Hicks; born 1934), a Los Angeles music industry entrepreneur, was the co-founder of Musicians Institute. He is credited for providing the organizational structure and management that rapidly transformed Howard Roberts’ educational philosophy into a major music school.
Application Deadline: September 2, 2022
Eligible Countries: International
Type: Associate of Arts or Bachelor of Music in Performance (Bass) program
Value of Award: $5,000.00
Number of Awards: Not Mentioned
Eligible Field of Studies: The scholarship will be awarded an Associate of Arts and Bachelor of Music in Performance (Guitar) Program offered by the university.
- Applicants must be international students and U.S. citizens.
- Applicants must be newly enrolling and currently enrolled/or returning students.
- Applicants must have a previous degree certificate in a related field.
- Applicants must provide evidence of your competence in written and spoken English.
How to Apply: Applicants must take university portal admission in the Associate of Arts or Bachelor of Music in Performance (Bass) program.