• Womens Rehearsal

    Music Scholarships

    Prospective Students: Scholarship Auditions

    Prospective student scholarship online submission

    Current Students: Departmental Awards

    Mr. and mrs. james ford bell, jr, scholarship

    Established in 1996 by Elinor Watson Bell, who earned an MA in music at Hamline in 1946, and her husband, James Ford Bell, Jr. This scholarship is for students majoring in music.

    2021 recipient Bob Delage

    Monroe bell scholarship fund

    Established in 2001 by the Reverend Monroe Bell '53 to support an outstanding music student with experience in church music or one who actively participates in the life of a church.

    2021 recipient Katie Steiner and Taylor Vyskocil

    The robert holliday scholarship fund

    Established by A Cappella Choir alumni in memory of choir director Robert Holliday '30. Awarded to one or more outstanding A Cappella Choir members, based on musicianship and leadership.

    2021 recipients, Emma Harrington and Charlie Murphy


    Lois bolyard schWoebel music scholarship

    Established by Richard Schwoebel '53 in memory of his first wife, Lois Bolyard Schwoebel '52. Awarded to a sophomore, junior, or senior music major who exhibits outstanding scholarship and/or performing capability.

    2021 recipient Dean Young



    Established by John and Doris Andrews '47 Simenstad Family Fund of the Saint Paul Foundation and named for Mrs. Simenstad. It is awarded to an upperclass student with financial need and majoring in music.

    2021 recipient Trista Knebel and Sam Reiten

    Page Butler Stevens Music Scholarship

    Established in 2004 by Life Trustee Ronald '56 and Marilyn Mitsch in honor of Page Butler Stevens, a music teacher for 34 years in the Roseville Area Schools. Preference is given to music education students or those active in the music department.  

    2021 recipients, Peter Hanson

    Eliza A Drew Prize in Music Composition

    Awarded in open competition for the best musical score produced during the year.

    2021 recipient Kate Malanaphy