The Joanne C. Lillpopp Music Scholarship provides one year of private music lesson instruction & materials for students who demonstrate a commitment, interest and aptitude in music. We are thrilled to be able to offer this scholarship now in its seventh year.
Please take a moment and get to know five outstanding individuals from the CCSArts family, who demonstrate aptitude, commitment and love of music. In particular, we would like to thank the families who have sacrificed, and struggled, while continuing to support their child in the Arts.
Christ Church School of the Arts is very proud to present the recipients of the 2017 Joanne C. Lillpopp Music Scholarship.
Hi my Taina and I'm a student at 6th grade academy. I'm really excited for the violin lesson, and I am going to work hard to make my teacher proud of me. Thanks for the scholarship.
Hello my name is Vianey Hinostroza, I live with my mom dad and brother. We are a, diverse family with some of us as artist, musicians. And sport players. My dad being a musician (guitar and a bit of piano), Mom an artist (painting, drawing and sculpting), brother a musician (guitar and tuba) and who does sports (tennis and swimming), and me being a musician (piano and snare drum) and artist (painting, drawing and sketching). I am very grateful for being one of the winners of the 2017 JOANNE C. LILLPOPP MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP, I will continue to work and practice hard. At the same time, I would like to take this opportunity to express my gratitude to Mr. Jesse N. Glaude for being patient, understanding, and very supportive. Just being the best teacher that any student wish to have.!. Once again, thank you for the opportunity to continue achieving my goal.
My name is Vivian. I am 16 and a sophomore at Norwich Free Academy. I like doing volunteer projects at Project Outreach and also spending time with my friends and family. My favorite hobbies are reading and listening to music. I enjoy playing the piano because it allows me to express my love for music. I am happy that I received this scholarship so I can continue playing the songs that I love.