Bloomingdale School of Music’s Project Bridge program is a full scholarship program for talented middle and high school students who cannot otherwise afford private lessons.
Project Bridge nurtures a student’s musical talents through a weekly private lesson with a gifted teacher. Teachers work with students to build on their strengths and show them how to grow their skills on their instrument. The musical development from lessons allows the students to pay it forward and contribute more in their school band or orchestra.
Project Bridge students have the option to audition for the MAP program in following years, and many have done so successfully.
All students who complete the application and fall within the age requirement will be invited to audition.
Applicants will be scheduled for an audition at Bloomingdale School of Music.
Finalists will be selected, and an interview with a parent or guardian will be scheduled.
September — Project Bridge Programs Begin
Project Bridge is free of charge to families that demonstrate financial need. Significant scholarships are also available to students who qualify by audition and interview.