Musicians Institute and Rockstar Mayhem Festival announce Independent Artist Scholarship

March 29, 2013
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Musicians Institute and Mayhem Festival have created the Rockstar Mayhem Independent Artist Scholarship, fully covering tuition and material fees for a two-quarter Independent Artist Program. The scholarship is available to anyone with a high school diploma (or equivalent) and not currently enrolled at Musicians Institute.

If you've been considering coming to Musicians Institute, what better way to do it than by letting them pick up the tab? That’s right-- you've got until June 1st to enter to win the Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival Independent Artist Scholarship!
 
Musicians Institute and the Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival have partnered up in 2013 to bring something for both students and fans. This is a competition for original artists who want to improve their skills in songwriting, recording, music business, and so much more  This scholarship fully covers tuition and material fees for a two quarter IAP certificate (Room, Boarding and Travel are not included.) The application period runs from now until June 1, 2013. Applicants must visit www.mi.edu/mayhem-rock-festival-scholarship to enter!
 
“We are so very excited about being able to give back to the vocation of music by offering this unique scholarship opportunity,” states Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival co-creator John Reese. “We strongly believe in the work that Musician’s Institute does and we’re pleased to have them teaming up with us for this year’s festival and this competition.”
 
Musicians Institute offers unique, hands-on education focused on the modern music industry with programs in Guitar, Bass, Drums, Vocals, Keyboard, Audio Engineering, Independent Artist, Music Business, Film, and Guitar Craft. Students have 24/7 access to the most up-to-date facilities, gear and resources and MI's location in the heart of Hollywood, California places students on the front-lines of the business, facilitating the transition from school to profession.
 

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