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Full Academic $cholarship Fall 2019 at The Conservatory@Lynn

PostPosted: Fri Oct 19, 2018 9:02 pm
by Kenneth Amis
There will be two openings in the tuba studio at The Conservatory at Lynn University for Fall 2019. Degree programs include Bachelor and Master of Music degrees as well as a Professional Performance Certificate. Interested tuba players should being the application process as early as possible.

The Conservatory of Music is a highly selective school comprised of approximately 100 performance majors. The faculty are all noteworthy teachers and performers, as you can see from the partial list below. The financial package offer to the winning applicants will be more than competitive. The Conservatory takes pride in the fact that it makes quite generou$ offer$ to ALL of its students. All Conservatory students automatically receive full tuition. Those eligible may also receive room and board scholarship. Applicants will be considered in the order they are received and the first qualified applicants may be given an offer. Only two tuba players are accepted to the Conservatory and the semester begins in soon so if you are interest I'd suggest completing an application and uploading a recording asap.

Boca Raton is on Florida’s east coast approximately 25 miles south of Palm Beach Airport, 25 miles north of the Ft. Lauderdale Airport and about 45 miles north of Miami International Airport.

Those interested can contact me ( or the Conservatory of Music at Lynn with any questions. Application information can be found at

Kenneth Amis
Empire Brass - tuba
Lynn University - artist faculty, tuba
Palm Beach Opera Orchestra - tuba
Creator of Rep Decks - Studio Series: Tuba Edition

Other faculty include:
Marc Reese – trumpet, Empire Brass
Greg Miller – horn, Empire Brass
Dan Satterwhite – trombone, formerly with Dallas Brass
Jeffrey Khaner – flute, Philadelphia Orchestra
Joe Robinson – oboe, former principal with New York Philharmonic
Jon Manasse – clarinet, American Ballet Theater
Eric Van der Veer Varner – bassoon, owner of TrevCo-Varner Music
Ted Atkatz – percussion, former principal with Chicago Symphony
Tim Cobb - double bass, New York Philharmonic