William Lemonds Award for Summer Study Abroad

The William Lemonds Award for Music Study Abroad was established in 1987 by the former members of the Emory Women’s Chorale and the Emory Men’s Glee Club to honor their teacher and friend William Lemonds, whose love of music, and of travel, enriched the lives of many Emory Students.

Awards are made to Emory students who are current members of Emory choral organizations and who will have completed at least three semesters of such membership in good standing by the time of their application. Applicants need not be music majors, but must intend to study music abroad either during the summer or the following academic year. Awards are made only for approved programs of study. Any Emory University sponsored program that has a music component and is taught outside the United States in an approved program. Programs that are not Emory programs may be submitted for consideration.

Friends of Music Voice Lesson Scholarship

This scholarship will provide a semester of half-hour voice lessons on scholarship to five deserving choir members who are not voice majors and have limited formal vocal training during the 2016-17 academic year.