The Scholarship Concert will be on Sunday, September 10th 2017, at 3:00 at the Old Baptist Meetinghouse on Route 4.
The Atlantic Trio will perform:
Cello Suite No 6 in D Major, BWV 1012 by Joann Sebastian Bach, Prelude Gigue
Selections from the Goldberg Variations, BWV 988 by Johann Sebastian Bach, Dmitri Sitkovetsky arr.
Prelude and Fugue in E Flat Major (after J.S. Bach) for String Trio by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
String Trio Op. 38 No. 1 by Luigi Boccherini, Adagio Tempo Di Menuetto
Presenting an opportunity to hear world-class musicians perform in a lovely setting with excellent acoustics right here in Salisbury while benefitiing the Scholarship Program.
Ticket price of $20.00. Tickets are available at the door.
If you are unable to attend but would like to donate to the scholarship, donations may also be sent to the Salisbury Historical Society, PO Box 263, Salisbury, NH 03268. Please designate on your check “For Scholarship Fund”. We are a Non-profit organization so your contribution is tax deductible.
Please support this wonderful program.
The Scholarship and Computer Grant program has evolved and grown considerably over time. It is funded entirely by generous donations from friends within and outside our town. We thank you all for your generosity.
The Scholarship is given to an outstanding Salisbury student. On occasion, the scholarship has been split for two recipients.
Any student may apply for the Higher Education Scholarship who is a Salisbury high school student attending a public, private, religious school or is home-schooled. A candidate for the scholarship must be a senior attending college in the fall.
The traditional scholarship program has recently grown to also include a grant of a computer with monitor and printer to an outstanding 5th grade student from the Salisbury Elementary School.
Deadline this year is in March 2018
Mail applications to:
Salisbury Historical Society
PO Box 263
Salisbury NH 03268
In recent years, Dr. Paul LaRaia has brought musical performances to Salisbury in the fall. The September Concert serves both as an additional fundraiser for the Scholarship Program as well as an afternoon of fine musical entertainment. Selected to perform are well respected, professional classical musicians. We appreciate those who have supported the scholarship program by purchasing tickets to the Classical Music Concert Fundraisers.
Please contact the Salisbury Historical Society for more information regarding scholarship applications and deadlines and information about the Computer Grant.