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SAMRO MUSIC BURSARY

SAMRO Music Bursary

The Southern African Music Rights Organisation (SAMRO) was established in 1961 with the objective to protect the intellectual property of composers and authors, as well as to ensure that composers' and authors' talents are adequately credited both locally and internationally for music usage. The organisation is the primary representative of music performing rights in Southern Africa.


SAMRO plays a vital role in the administration of works, distribution of royalties and promotes copyright law of composers and authors works, through the collection of license fees from television broadcasters, radio stations, in-store radio stations, pubs, clubs, retailers, restaurants and all other businesses who broadcast music.


The SAMRO Bursaries are the most substantial awards in music study in Southern Africa. Bursaries are open to citizens of South Africa, Botswana, Lesotho and Swaziland. Applicants should be registered for a music degree/ diploma at a South African University for the following academic year. Applications will only be accepted once students have proof of registration for an academic year at an Accredited Tertiary Institution.


The following bursaries are on offer:

-General Music Study
-Music Education OR Community Music Study
-Music Technology OR Music Business
-Performance Study
-Composition Study
-Indigenous African Music Research


P O Box 31609, Braamfontein 2017
Tel: (011) 712 8417
naseema.yusuf@samro.org.za
www.samrofoundation.org.za


Or alternatively, visit the SAMRO website for more info

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