Yale University.Calendar.Directories.

Named Scholarships

The date when the scholarship fund was established at the University is given, followed by additional information according to donors’ wishes.

Stephen and Denise Adams (1999). To students in the School of Music.

Maxwell M. Belding Fellowship Fund (2002). To support students enrolled in the Master of Musical Arts Degree Program who are pursuing the Doctor of Musical Arts degree.

Virginia Belding Apprenticeship Awards (1978). Maxwell M. Belding, B.A. 1945, of Hartford, Connecticut, in memory of his sister. Several awards to assist students in their exploration of the many dimensions of the music profession.

Muriel Birkhead (1999). Estate of Mary Jean Parson. To a female voice student.

H. Frank Bozyan Memorial (1965). Friends, in honor of Professor H. Frank Bozyan, member of the School of Music faculty from 1920 to 1965. To students in the School of Music.

Bradley-Keeler Memorial (1942). Susanna Massey Keeler in memory of her husband, Walter Bradley-Keeler. To students in composition.

Joseph Carlucci (2014). To a deserving student.

Alfonso Albano Cavallaro Memorial (1991). To a student in violin.

Woods Chandler Memorial (1936, 1937). Helen Clarissa Gross Chandler of Hartford, Connecticut, in memory of her husband, Woods Chandler, B.A. 1896, B.M. 1901. To an outstanding major in organ or piano playing.

Charles Finch Dalton Memorial (1964). May L. Dalton of White Plains, New York, in memory of her son, Charles Finch Dalton, B.A. 1941, B.M. 1943. To students in performance or composition.

Bruce G. Daniels ’48 (1998). To students in the School of Music.

Annie DeLoache Memorial (1994). Benjamin DeLoache. To students in voice.

Elizabeth Denis (2000). To students in the School of Music.

Conway Dickson (1989). To students in the School of Music.

Charles H. Ditson (1931). To students in the School of Music.

Jacob Druckman (1999). To a student composer who shows outstanding talent, academic growth, and demonstrated compositional achievement.

Ender Scholarship (1994). To students in the School of Music.

Linda and Alan Englander (2001). To a deserving piano student enrolled at the School of Music.

Dorothy Green Osborn Ferguson (1991). To students in woodwinds or brass.

Harriet Gibbs Fox Memorial (1955). Howard Fox, B.A. 1894, in memory of his mother, Harriet Gibbs Fox. To students in the School of Music.

Irving S. Gilmore Scholarships (1986). Estate of Irving S. Gilmore, Yale College 1923. To students in the School of Music.

Rena Greenwald MUS ’31 Memorial (1961). For an outstanding student who writes the best composition for solo piano during the current year.

George Lauder Greenway B.A. ’25 Fellowship (1988). Gilbert C. Greenway, LL.B. 1937, in honor of his brother. To deserving students.

Ellsworth Grumman (1965). Friends, in honor of Professor Ellsworth Grumman, member of the School of Music faculty from 1919 to 1960. To students in piano.

Bruce Kenneth Harrington Scholarship (2012). To a student majoring in trumpet.

Julia Loomis Havemeyer Fund (1969). Loomis Havemeyer, Ph.B. 1910, M.A. 1912, Ph.D. 1915, of New Haven, Connecticut, in memory of his sister, Julia Loomis Havemeyer. To outstanding majors in either performance or composition.

Stephen Hendel ’73 (1997). To support students at the School of Music.

George Knight Houpt Memorial (1936). Wilber E. Houpt, B.A. 1883, in memory of his son, George Knight Houpt of the Class of 1916, Yale College. To students in the School of Music.

Mary Clapp Howell (1984). Bequest of Mary Clapp Howell, B.M. 1926. To deserving piano students.

Charles Ives (1985). Helen T. Ives in honor of her husband, Brewster Ives. For distinguished work in composition or performance.

John Day Jackson (1943). For an outstanding composition for strings, written during the first year.

Benjamin Jepson Memorial (1914). To students in the School of Music.

Harry B. Jepson Memorial (1954). Clara Louise Jepson (Mrs. Clifford W.) Beers, Class of 1906 Music, in honor of her brother, Harry Benjamin Jepson, B.A. 1893, B.M. 1894, University Organist and member of the School of Music faculty from 1895 to 1939. To students in the School of Music.

David L. Kasdon B.A. ’67 Memorial (1989). For an outstanding singer.

Frances E. Osborne Kellogg (1912). To students in the School of Music.

Dorothy Kish (2004). To students in voice.

Stanley Knight (1948). Stanley Knight, member of the School of Music faculty from 1899 to 1939. To students in the School of Music.

Lotte Lenya (1998). Bequest of Margo Liebes Harris Hammerschlag and Dr. Ernst Hammerschlag in honor of Lotte Lenya. To a singing actress or actor.

Nathan B. Lipofsky (2009). To students in the School of Music.

Julia Abigail Lockwood (1898). Julia Abigail Lockwood of Norwalk, Connecticut. To students in the School of Music.

Braxton McKee (2014). To an opera student.

James R. Meehan ’71 (2005). To students in the School of Music.

George Wellington Miles Memorial (1970). Martha Curtis Miles, School of Music Certificate 1918, of Milford, Connecticut, in memory of her brother, George Wellington Miles, Ph.D. 1889. To students in the School of Music.

Martha Curtis Miles (1965). Martha Curtis Miles, School of Music Certificate 1918, of Milford, Connecticut. To a student who excels in theory and composition in connection with his or her piano studies.

Charles S. Miller Memorial (1987). To a gifted piano student.

Lester S. and Enid W. Morse (2003). To students in the School of Music.

Henry and Lucy Moses (1990). Lucy G. Moses of New York City. To students in the School of Music.

Luther Noss Scholarship (2006). To students in the School of Music, with preference to students in the M.M.A. program.

Jonilu Swearingen Nubel Scholarship (2012). To students majoring in piano, violin, or composition.

Loyde and William C. G. Ortel (2004). To students in the School of Music.

Horatio Parker Memorial (1945). Ralph Borgfeldt Semler, B.A. 1914, and Mrs. Semler, in memory of Mrs. Semler’s father, Horatio Parker, professor in the Yale School of Music from its beginning in 1894 to 1919, and first to hold the position of dean. To students in the School of Music.

Charles and Philippa Richardson Memorial (1986). For an outstanding student of composition.

Louis and Anne Rosoff (1988). Bequest of Louis Rosoff. To a student, preferably from Connecticut, on the basis of high scholarship and financial need.

Harvey R. Russell (2002). To students in the School of Music.

Edmund C. Saranec (2000). To a student majoring in performance or composition.

Julia R. Sherman Memorial (1938). Charles P. Sherman, B.A. 1896, in memory of his wife, a member of the School of Music, Class of 1904. To students in the School of Music.

Julia Silliman Memorial (1927). Julia Silliman (Mrs. Eugene Stuart) Bristol of New Haven, Connecticut, in memory of her mother, Julia Silliman Gilman, youngest daughter of Professor Benjamin Silliman, B.A. 1796. To a student in the first-year class.

Harry and Margaret Simeone (1999). To students in the School of Music.

Bruce Simonds (1961). A friend, in honor of Professor Bruce Simonds, member of the School of Music faculty from 1921 to 1964 and dean from 1941 to 1951. To an outstanding major in piano.

David Stanley Smith Memorial (1969). Cora Welch Smith, in memory of her husband, David Stanley Smith, B.A. 1900, B.M. 1903, M.A. Hon. 1916, dean from 1919 to 1940. To students in the School of Music.

Blake Stern Scholarship (1993). To an outstanding major in voice.

Leroy “Slam” Stewart (1992). To a student in double bass.

Frances Louise Kirchoff Tapp (1963). Frances Louise Kirchoff Tapp, School of Music Certificate 1912, of New Haven, Connecticut. To outstanding performers or composers.

Alec Templeton (1983). Juliet B. Templeton. To students in the School of Music.

Virgil Thomson (1979). Friends, in honor of Virgil Thomson, on the occasion of the establishment of the Virgil Thomson Collection in the Yale Music Library. For students in composition.

Leon Brooks Walker (1975). Alma Brooks Walker Foundation. To students in performance.

Stuart Walker Memorial (1969). Richard D. Colburn of Los Angeles, California, in memory of Stuart Walker, B.M. 1936. To an outstanding major in violin playing.

Edward R. (B.A. 1927) and Leila M. Wardwell (1998). To students in the School of Music.

Winston L. Warner (2007). To a student majoring in performance or composition.

Emma Phipps White, William White, Jr., and Lawrence Phipps White (1968). Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Phipps White, B.A. 1938, in memory of Lawrence’s mother, Emma Phipps White. To students in the School of Music.

Frances G. Wickes (1973). Frances G. Wickes Foundation of New York. To students in the School of Music.

Keith Wilson (1977). Mitch Leigh, B.M. 1951, M.M. 1952, friends, and alumni in honor of Professor Keith Wilson. To an outstanding major in wind instrument playing.

Catherine S. Winchell Memorial (1930). St. Ambrose Music Club of New Haven, Connecticut, in memory of Catherine S. Winchell, a founding member of the club. To students in piano.

Yale School of Music (1957). To students in the School of Music.

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