ABOUT THE GRANT

We give grants to flute students in recognized music schools and conservatories, or in university or college music departments, in all cases working towards a degree as a music major, with flute as the student’s principal instrument.

Grants are for the “extras” required for a student to become..some day… a professional musician.

A single grant may be up to $2000. While a Grantee may apply for more than one grant, no Grantee may obtain more than one grant in any one calendar year, regardless of the amount of the first grant. In any event, no Grantee may receive more than $5000 from us, taking into account all grants.

CURRENT DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: January 31, 2018 (non-summer projects only).

FFF may, however, in its sole discretion, consider earlier applications for non-summer projects.

Summer applications will be accepted after January 31, 2018 and prior to deadlines of March 31 and May 15, 2018

FFF has reviewed and acted upon all applications received by the May 15, 2017 deadline.

An application will be considered received ONLY when the applicant gets an acknowledgment from FFF by email.



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COMPETITION FOR A FLUTE

The winner of the Sankyo Flute in the Friends of Flutes Foundation competition (which ended on June 23, 2017) is Miranda Finn, a junior Flute Major at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. See her picture with the Flute in our newsletter and on our Facebook page.



ABOUT THE BOARD

Our Board of Directors is comprised of accomplished individuals in the music, academic, financial and legal fields. The Board serves as the Grant Selection Committee.



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