A latest graduate of Benjamin Franklin Excessive College was awarded a four-year, full-tuition scholarship to Berklee School of Music Tuesday evening (Aug. &). New Orleans native Trevon Sullen-Trotter was one in all seven college students to obtain a full trip by the Berklee Metropolis Music Scholarship program.
Berklee, positioned in Boston, Massachusetts, is extensively considered the biggest music school worldwide. The varsity has 3,800 college students from greater than 70 nations enrolled this 12 months, in line with its web site.
The Berklee Metropolis Music Community, an affiliation of 40 neighborhood organizations that serve greater than 46,000 college students nationwide, has awarded 258 four-year, full-tuition scholarships totaling greater than $2 million.
Seven younger musicians from underserved communities in Boston and throughout the USA have been awarded four-year, full-tuition scholarships to attend Berklee School of Music throughout an emotional presentation on the @berkleebpc on August 7. https://t.co/aDE9Ulq83ok pic.twitter.com/Bb0J6bCc2s
— Berklee School of Music (@BerkleeCollege) August 10, 2018
Sullen-Trotter, who accepted his scholarship throughout a presentation on the Berklee Efficiency Heart in Boston, has been concerned with Metropolis Music for six years, in line with a information launch. He plans to check movie scoring and trumpet efficiency at Berklee.
Sullen-Trotter, who performs trumpet, graduated from Ben Franklin in Could. He was one in all two college students from the New Orleans Heart for Artistic Arts who acquired the inaugural Gia Maione Prima Basis Scholarship on Could 21.
In a press release, NOCCA mentioned Sullen-Trotter is an “artistically gifted” scholar with “spectacular tutorial data.”
In March, the Southern College Laboratory College Band additionally introduced on Fb that Sullen-Trotter was one in all two recipients chosen for its inaugural “Step Up Purpose Excessive” Scholarship Program.
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