Fuller Blunt Memorial Scholarship

CSC offers an annual scholarship in memory of its co-founder Fuller S. Blunt. The scholarship is awarded to a graduating North Carolina high school senior who has been accepted and is entering a college or university as a Music major. It is a one-time award of $1,000 paid directly to the college of choice at the beginning of the academic year.

Applicants are judged on the following criteria:

  • Musical accomplishments
  • Desire to pursue a major in music
  • Academic achievement
  • Recommendation from a music professional, submitted on a separate form from the application
    Audition recordings (YouTube or mp3s)

If needed, personal interviews and or live auditions may be scheduled by the scholarship committee to complete the selection process.

Download the FBMS Directions & Application. The deadline for this year’s submissions is March 19, 2019.

The scholarship committee will notify all applicants by letter of its decision regarding their applications. Any questions regarding the scholarship may be directed to the scholarship committee at scholarship@concertsingers.org.

Past Scholarship Winners
2003 – Sara Wolfgram, Enloe High School
2004 – no award
2005 – Eric Grundstrom, Cary High School
2006 – Rebecca Gottstein, Enloe High High School
2007 – Colin Fernandez, Sanderson High School
2008 – Ashley Martin, Cardinal Gibbons High School
2009 – Laura Buff, Enloe High School
2010 – Michael Davis, Green Hope High School
2011 – Rebecca Telford-Marx, Jordan High School
2012 – Carter H. Coleman, Vineyard Academy
2013 – Samuel Sparrow, North Raleigh Christian Academy
2014 – Samuel Hamashima, Green Hope High School
2015 – Jennifer Heiden, Green Hope High School
2016 – no award
2017 – Kaylee Terrell, Panther Creek High School
2018 – Evan Martschenko, Cary High School
2019 – you?


Fuller S. Blunt:

The Concert Singers of Cary Partner Organizations
Cary Arts Center Hear Us Sing
101 Dry Avenue Fuller Blunt Scholarship
Cary, NC 27511 CSC Member Login
(919) 249-6421

Some images courtesy of Denny Colvin and Mark Rainey