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The Clinton Alvey and Catherine Stouffer Scholarship

Established in 1983 by the estate of Barbara Stouffer, in memory of her parents.

Sanna and Victor Borge Memorial Fund

Established in 1981 with funds raised by a concert featuring Mr. Borge, a well-known humorist and musician, to provide support for piano students.

Franz C. Bornschein Memorial Scholarship

Established in 1984 by sisters Madeleine Skirven France and Hazel Skirven in memory of their uncle, a choral composer and arranger who taught at Peabody.

Louis Cheslock Memorial Scholarship

Established in 1982 in memory of Dr. Cheslock (AD ’21, Composition) who taught at Peabody for over 50 years by his wife, Elise Cheslock (’29, Piano) and many other family members.

Jane Emel Donato Endowed Scholarship

Established in 1988 by Ms. Donato (BM ’54, Music Education) to assist undergraduate clarinet students.

Jennie K. Elle and Kurt D. Elle Scholarship

Established in 1983 for piano or violin students by a bequest from Mr. and Mrs. Elle. Mr. Elle was an orchestral conductor in his native Germany prior to World War II, then served with U.S. Army Intelligence until he retired and began a career as a piano tuner.

P. William and Vera Ruth Filby Scholarship

Established in 1987 by Mr. and Mrs. Filby for orchestral or voice students. Mr Filby, who held positions as library assistant director at Peabody, rare book librarian at Cambridge University, director of the Cambridge University Philosophical Society Library, and director of the Maryland Historical Society, also endowed a fund to support the Filby Rare Book room in the Peabody Archives.

Scott E. Forbush Scholarship

Established in 1987 for piano students by the estate of Mr. Forbush, who studied physics at the Johns Hopkins University in the 1930s.

E. Carl Freeman Organ Scholarship

Established in 1988 by Beverly Beck and other donors from the River Road Church of Richmond, Virginia, in honor of Mr. Freeman’s 20th anniversary as minister of music and organist. Mr. Freeman, (UC ’59, BM ’62, Organ) has served as president of the Peabody Alumni Association and on the Johns Hopkins Alumni Council.

Richard Franko Goldman Scholarship

Established in 1980 in memory of Mr. Goldman by their son, Daniel Franko Goldman, and numerous friends and colleagues. Richard Goldman, director of Peabody from 1968 to 1977, was a composer and teacher who directed the Baltimore Symphony for eight years.

Joseph and Elizabeth Imbrogulio Scholarship

Established in 1981 by Elizabeth Imbrogulio and her son, in memory of her husband, to support string students. Joseph Imbrogulio (UC 1916, Violin) played at the premiere of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and was the musical director for WFBR radio for over 40 years.

Hjalmar and Emma Kivekas Scholarship

Established in 1985 for piano and violin students by a bequest from Kurt D. and Jennie K. Elle. Born in Germany, Kurt Elle was an orchestral conductor there until he was forced to flee the Nazis in 1933. He then worked for U.S. Army Intelligence and immigrated to the U.S. where he began a career in piano maintenance.

Lillian Hirschmann Konowitz Memorial Scholarship

Established in 1981 for piano students by David B. Konoson and Judith K. Sykes in memory of their mother, who attended Peabody in 1916.

Jack E. Russell Markert Memorial Scholarship

Established in 1980 for students of the tuba, trombone, or euphonium by Mr. Markert’s mother, Dorothy Markert Cushman and several friends in his memory. Mr. Markert (MM ’69, Music Education) was an original member of the Peabody Ragtime Ensemble.

Samuel Masland Jr. Memorial Scholarship

Established in 1983 by the estate of Mr. Masland to support french horn or piano students.

Thomas Menehan Memorial Scholarship

Established in 1985 in memory of Mr. Menehan for flute students by Roger Dalsheimer (A&S ’49).

Hedy Oliven Scholarship Fund in Honor of Daniel Heiftetz

Established in 1984 for violin students by Mrs. Oliven in honor of her teacher Mr. Heifetz, who was a member of the Peabody faculty.

Leslie C. Oursler Piano Music Scholarship Fund

Established in 1988 by a bequest from Mr. Oursler to support piano students.

Peggy Pearlstone Scholarship

Established in 1981 by Jack Pearlstone in memory of his wife, Peggy Meyerhoff Pearlstone.

Barbara W. Pickus Memorial Scholarship

Established in 1980 by the Bel Canto Singers in memory of Ms. Pickus, who founded and directed the group.

Marion Savage Rosette Piano Scholarship

Established in 1985 for piano students by Mrs. Rosette, Peab ’19, who taught privately in New York and wrote over 100 songs for children prior to her death in 1991.

Randolph S. Rothschild Scholarship

Established in 1988 for students of composition by Mr. Rothschild, a 1931 graduate of the Johns Hopkins University who attended the Peabody Preparatory. From the Baltimore area, he served as a Peabody trustee and as a member of the Peabody National Advisory Council.

Jacques T. Schlenger Scholarship

Established in 1987 by Venable, Baetjer & Howard in honor of Mr. Schlenger, A&S ’44, a senior partner at the Baltimore law firm and a University trustee emeritus, who served from 1985 to 1998. He also served as a Peabody Conservatory trustee and was a member of the Peabody Advisory Council.

The Esther G. and Joseph Silver Memorial Scholarship

Established in 1984 by a bequest from Mrs. Silver to support violin students.

Albert and Rosa Silverman Scholarship in Piano

Established in 1985 by Albert Silverman, 1933 and 1952 Johns Hopkins University alumnus, to support piano students, in memory of his wife, Rosa Silverman (UC ’29, Piano).

Hortense Iseman Stern Memorial Scholarship

Established in 1983 by the estate of Fortuna Iseman Klotz in honor of her sister. Mrs. Klotz was well-known in Baltimore as an amateur championship golfer, a sculptor, painter, and music lover.

Fanny B. Thalheimer Memorial Scholarships

Established in 1982 by the Alvin and Fanny Blaustein Thalheimer Foundation of Baltimore in memory of Mrs. Thalheimer, who studied piano at the Preparatory as a child.

Marie K. Thatcher Memorial Theory Scholarship

Established in 1981 by the estate of composer Howard. E. Thatcher.

Zaidee T. Thomas Scholarship

Established in 1983 by a bequest from Zaidee T. Thomas.

Senator Millard E. Tydings Scholarship

Established in 1984 for Maryland-born piano or violin students by the estate of Kathryn Tydings Eager in honor of her brother and by Mary Eager Campbell, Mrs. Eager’s niece. Mrs. Eager studied violin at Peabody in 1923-24. Senator Millard Tydings represented Maryland in the U.S. Senate for 24 years.

Aber D. Unger Foundation Scholarship

Established in 1984 by the Aber D. Unger Foundation to support students studying brass instruments.

Annie Wentz Scholarship

Established in 1982 by the estate of Frances Wentz Turner to support voice and vocal accompaniment students in memory of her great-aunt.

Russell C. and Selina H. Wonderlic Fund

Established in 1985 for graduate students by a bequest from Mr. and Mrs. Wonderlic. Wonderlic was a 1927 graduate of Brown University, where he played the drums in the dance band. During the summer, he played in cruise ship orchestras. In 1942 was sent to manage the Mutual Life Insurance Company branch in Baltimore, where he was active in many musical organizations, serving on the boards of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, the Baltimore Opera Company, and the Lyric Foundation.

Miles M. Young Scholarship

Established in 1986 by Mellasenah Y. Morris (BM ’68, MM ’71, DMA ’80, Piano) in memory of her father. Dr. Morris serves on the faculty and will retire from her current position of Conservatory Dean in the summer of 2014.