Deutschlandstipendien awarded


18 students receive funding

© Oliver Mack

At the Academic Year Opening Ceremony on October 27, 2021, scholarships for the 2021/22 academic year were awarded to:

Lilia-Fruz Bulhakova (voice), Luna Burkert (elementary music education; flute), Lou Denès (voice), Martin Dressler (guitar, song interpretation), Stefan Eichhorn (teaching), Jakob Ewert (voice, piano), Cornelius Grömminger (teaching), Domiciàn Gyura (trumpet), Sara Jedersberger (violin), Haein Ji (flute), Paula Kaiser (teaching; Recorder), Marianna Martirosyan (vocals), Kevin Pfister (jazz piano), Stefanie Rumpler (saxophone; teaching), Simone Samuel (trumpet), Alexandra Miranda Tsiokou (violin), Laura Verdejo Romero (piano), Romeo Wecks (composition).

We congratulate the scholarship holders and express our sincere thanks to the donors:

Hans Thomann-Stiftung Musikalische Akademie Würzburg Sparkasse Mainfranken Sambet Stiftung Seiler Pianofortefabrik Yamaha Music Europe va-Q-tec AG Volksbank Raiffeisenbank Würzburg.

The Deutschlandstipendium supports talented and high-achieving students. In addition to convincing grades, social commitment can also be taken into account when awarding the Deutschlandstipendium. The scholarship holders are each supported with 300 € per month. Private sponsors pay €150 and the federal government contributes €150.