Music Scholarship

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Video Audition – All Applicants

maximum 25MB upload size
maximum 25MB upload size
maximum 25MB upload size
maximum 25MB upload size

The closing date for applications is Thursday 19 January 2023 and late applications will not be accepted
  • Detailed information about this scholarship is available here on the School's website.
  • The school receives a large number of applications and it is not possible to audition all applicants.
  • The Director of Music will select candidates for a live audition based on the completed application form and the audition videos. Applicants are asked not to send any further information unless they are requested to do so.
  • Boys selected for a live audition will be contacted by email or telephone and given details of the audition which occurs on Tuesday 31 January, Wednesday 1 and Thursday 2 February 2023.
  • Those selected for a live audition who do not currently attend CGS will also be given further details by email of an academic test on Saturday 4 February 2023 which is an additional requirement to the audition.
  • Those applicants not selected for a live audition will also be notified by email.
  • There is no charge for this application but if the applicant is chosen for a music audition then he may be required to sit an academic test at the cost of $110.
  • All applicants will be sent an email acknowledging receipt of this application. If you do not receive this then contact the Admissions Office at the school on 9835-1777.
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The School will be collecting personal information about scholarship applicants and recipients. The primary purpose of collecting this information is to:

  • assess an applicant’s eligibility for the scholarship
  • resolve a complaint
  • administer our scholarships
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  • for other purposes related to any of the above.

If any personal information requested by the School is not provided, this may affect the School's ability to assess the application against the scholarship guidelines.

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Personal information provided to apply for scholarships will be kept by the School until the end of the year the applications are submitted, at which time it will be destroyed or permanently de-identified.