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Woy Woy Rotary Club

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Central Coast Conservatorium’s Artistic Director and CEO, Patrick Brennan is delighted to announce an exceptional initiative and partnership between Woy Woy Rotary Club and the Conservatorium.

The partnership will enable 20 Central Coast children aged 7 to 8 who show an aptitude for music to become the first wave of students in a selective string instrument scholarship program.

“We are looking for children interested in learning to play a stringed instrument such as the violin or cello, who may be participating in music programs or even just love to sing”, says Mr Brennan.

Worth more than $5,000 per student, the “Targeted String Scholarship Program” will support the families of these children over a five-year period and will, over the long term, significantly bolster the number of children playing violin and cello on the Coast. These young instrumentalists will, in time, form the backbone of the Central Coast Youth Orchestra.