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Music scholarship -- NOT music major

evranopalanteevranopalante Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
I've been playing cello since fourth grade: private lessons, youth orchestras, all-states, principal of my school and of districts. My grades are just decent, nothing compared to what I have accomplished on cello. However, I don't wish to major in music, but still want all the work I have done with the cello to contribute to my college admissions and to possibly get a scholarship. Does anyone know of any schools that would do this? This being to possibly give a scholarship to play in the orchestra but not force me to major. Thanks!
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