Giving to the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music

Jazz Bell Sculpture Unveiling 2009

2009 Jazz Bell Sculpture Unveiling – Artist and Donator Mr Albert Dadon AM (right) with Mr Graeme Bell AO

Today we are asking you to help the Monash University Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music by making a donation. Your support means we can continue to provide our students with the best well-rounded education in music.

The performing arts can brighten spirits and inspire creativity and innovation. At a time when so many are challenged to do more with less, give the gift of music and make a charitable donation to Monash University Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music .

There are a number of ways to make a donation to the School.

Please make a gift online using Monash University’s secure online donation system (through the Arts Faculty).

You can also send in a cheque or money order, payable to “Monash University”, to:

Monash University Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music
External Relations, Development and Alumni
PO Box 197
Caulfield East VIC 3145
Australia

You can also make a gift by contacting Helen Woods on 03 9903 4678 or via email to helen.anne.woods@monash.edu

Support for our students for prizes is another way you can support music.

Current Donors

3MBS – Prize, Best Overall result in Composition for Chief Practical Studies

Albert Dadon AO – Jazz Bell Sculpture (2009)

Allans Music – Prizes, Best Overall result for Chief Practical Studies in 1st, 2nd, 3rd and Honours year levels

Anonymous – Monash Jazz Music Scholarship

Bernie’s Music Land – Prize, Best Piano Ensemble Performer(s)

Billy Hyde Music – Prizes, Best overall result in jazz/pop, Best results in brass, woodwind, drums/percussion

Dame Elisabeth Murdoch (Ambassador) – Zavod Classic/Jazz Fusion Performers Award

David Bornstein – $1,500 prize for the best 2nd year jazz performer which will be determined by the best year end recital mark

Ferngully Lodge – Prizes, Best performance result for Jazz/Pop in the areas of Guitar, Vocal, Bass and Piano

Joan Earle – Prizes, Best overall result in Piano for Chief Practical Studies in 1st, 2nd, 3rd and Honours year levels

Kartomi PhD Music Scholarship – $26,640 p.a. for 3 years full-time or 6 years part-time

Music Lover’s Society – Prize, Highest average result for 1st year core academic and performance units

Peter Tahourdin Memorial Fund – Prize, Best overall result in Composition for Chief Practical Studies in 1st year

Pratt Foundation – Steinway D Grand Piano, high quality instruments, Monash-Pratt Postgraduate Award ($6000) for a top-up for postgraduate research and Monash-Pratt undergraduate scholarship.

Richard Divall Prize – Personal prize awarded to an outstanding 3rd year classical voice recital performance

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