Hyechka Club of Tulsa

Sabbatical Season

2020–2021

Hyechka is extending its sabbatical.

The executive board and program committee of Hyechka Club of Tulsa announce that Hyechka will remain on sabbatical from musicales because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The health and safety of Hyechka performers and audience members are the main priority during this unprecedented and uncertain situation in our country.  Hyechka’s musicales will resume when public health conditions have improved.

Hyechka’s scholarship auditions for high school and collegiate musicians will continue during this academic year.

Please watch the Hyechka website for updates on musicales and for announcement of scholarship auditions.

 

Hyechka Club executive board
Pope Kingsley, president             Carleton James, treasurer
Nancy Henry, vice president Hazel Rowena Mills, program chairman
Patricia Duncan, vice president Karen Finley Gingrich, membership chairman
Tracy Henry Crow, hostess chairman

 

Hyechka Club program committee
Hazel Rowena Mills, chairman
Holly Breese Cinocca              Beth Herrington
Karen Finley Gingrich Sarah Breese McCoy
Amanda Hardy            Brady McElligott

 


2021 GENERAL SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Due to Covid-19, the 2021 Hyechka music scholarship competition will be recorded performances.  If you are interested in competing, please follow the instructions mentioned in the downloadable application package included below.

The applicant must attend an accredited high school or equivalent in Northeast Oklahoma and must have been a resident of Northeast Oklahoma for at least 6 months at the time of application. Northeast Oklahoma is the quadrant determined by I-35 N/S and I- 40 E/W.

A transcript or, if home schooled, a statement from the responsible party, reflecting a minimum 3.0 grade average (including 9th grade), must accompany the application with a non-refundable $20.00 entry fee for the first scholarship application and $10.00 for each additional application.

Application and payment for entry fee must be included in the packet.

1. No award will be made if the judges deem no applicant worthy. THE DECISION OF THE JUDGES IS FINAL.

2. Applicant must have studied with present teacher a minimum of 6 months. Voice applicants must have studied music at least 4 years and at least 2 years of that in voice.

3. Applicant may win more than one scholarship, including different disciplines. No scholarship will be divided.

To apply for the Hyechka Music Scholarship, please download the following application package:

2021 HYECHKA MUSIC SCHOLARSHIPS APPLICATION (PDF format)


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