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John Charles Bohl Memorial Flute Scholarship

Established by a bequest from Edith L. Bohl in memory of her husband who taught flute in the Conservatory in the 1940’s.

Chauncey Brooks Memorial Violin Scholarship

Established in 1918 by a bequest from Mr. Brooks to support violin students.

Frederick Campbell Colston Memorial Scholarship in Piano

Established in 1919 by Mrs. Frederick M. Colston for piano students in memory of her son, Captain Frederick C. Colston, who was a member of the American Expeditionary Force during WWI.

May Garretson Evans Memorial Scholarship

Established in 1950 by alumni in memory of Ms. Evans. The scholarship is given every fourth year to a graduate of the Peabody Preparatory studying at the Conservatory.

Joseph Gegan Memorial Scholarship

Established in 1930 by bequest from Emily Gegan to aid students at the Conservatory or the Preparatory.

Charlotte Ludlow Hopkins Piano Scholarship

Established in 1950 by the estate of Ms. Hopkins to support piano students.

Henrietta Ries Kern Memorial Voice Scholarship

Established in 1950 by friends in memory of Ms. Kern to support voice students.

Hans Kindler Cello Scholarship

Established in memory of Hans Kindler, cellist and conductor who founded the National Symphony Orchestra in Washington DC in 1931.

Mary Stewart Reid Piano Scholarship

Established in 1944 by a bequest from Mrs. Reid who attended Peabody from 1889-1891 to support piano students.

Horace Wolcott Robbins Scholarship Fund

Established in 1944 by a bequest from Cora Carter Robbins in memory her son, Horace Robbins, who studied at the Conservatory.

Richard Ross Memorial Organ Scholarship Fund

Established in 1954 for organ students by friends and students in memory of Mr. Ross, a Peabody faculty member.

Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority General Scholarship

Established in 1957 by the educational sorority, with the participation of Mr. Joseph Laderoute, a member of the Conservatory Voice faculty.

Albert Snellenburg Scholarship

Established in 1932 by a bequest from Maude F. Snellenburg to support voice students, in memory of her husband.

Florence Solomon Memorial Piano Scholarship

Established in 1958 in memory of Ms. Solomon to support piano students.

Louis McLane Tiffany Piano Scholarship

Established in 1927 by a bequest from Evelyn May Bayly Tiffany in memory of her husband, a well known Baltimore area surgeon, to support piano students.

Louis McLane Tiffany Voice Scholarship

Established in 1927 by a bequest from Evelyn May Bayly Tiffany in memory of her husband, a well known Baltimore area surgeon, to support voice students.

Charles R. Woods Voice Scholarship

Established in 1927 in honor of Charles R. Woods by his wife.