What is the Azrieli Scholarhip?
For over 20 years, the Azrieli Scholarship Program at KlezKanada has brought emerging artists and scholars to study at our Laurentian Retreat. One-of-a-kind in the Jewish arts world, the program has allowed hundreds of young artists and scholars of all backgrounds to study Yiddish music and Jewish culture in a uniquely immersive environment.
What does it offer our students?
This internationally renowned program offers students from all over the world an opportunity to study with many of today’s leading teachers of klezmer music, Yiddish song, dance and theatre, and Jewish history, literature, and culture. The experience forges artistic mentorships, builds lasting friendships, and launches promising careers. Often graduating to positions on KlezKanada’s faculty, our scholarship students carry their art and expertise worldwide, becoming innovative culture makers and teachers in the world of Yiddish culture and Jewish music.
Who is eligible to apply?
We invite applications in any field, ages 16-35. Candidates must provide a small portfolio of their work to apply. Sur demande, le forumlaire est disponible aussi en français.
How does it work?
Each scholarship student is generously subsidized by our donors. Scholarship recipients pay only $375 to secure their spot and contribute to costs of room and board.
To apply for the Azrieli Scholarship at KlezKanada, click here.
If you have any questions about the program or the application process, please reach out to our Scholarship Coordinator, Avia Moore at klezkanada [dot] scholarships [at] gmail [dot] com.
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