Each year, the Mozart Fellowship is offered for highly talented composers from New Zealand. The successful fellows will spend 12 months for a full-time lecture plus other benefits including an interesting salary. The application of this fellowship for 2016 entry will be available soon.
The Mozart Fellowship was established in 1969 to aid and encourage composers of music in the practice and advancement of their art, to associate them with the life of the University and to foster an interest in contemporary music within the University and in the community. The work of the Mozart Fellow may be performed in concert during their Fellowship year.
The selected applicants may expected to receive benefits of using a studio/office space and not less than the minimum salary of a fulltime university lecturer.
Level and Area of Studies
This 12 months program for studying contemporary music.
Place of Study
At the University of Otago, New Zealand
Eligibility and Criteria
The applicants are expected to be able to demonstrate ability and talent, and the intention of pursuing a career in music, and would benefit from holding the Fellowship.
New Zealand citizen are welcome to apply.
The application procedure can be learn further at the website and application link below.
Please contact the fellowship administrator.