The Violin Society of America offers scholarship assistance for needy and deserving students of the art of violin and bow making
and restoration. For this purpose the VSA maintains three funds: the Kaplan-Goodkind Scholarship
Fund, created in memory of founders Albert J. Kaplan and Herbert Goodkind, the Kun Fund,
created in memory of the noted Canadian bowmaker Joseph Kun, and the Aram and Rose Nigogosian Fund created in memory of
the parents of Vahakn Nigogosian.
Teachers and faculty of leading
American violin making schools annually submit the names of those students most worthy
of scholarship aid.
The scholarship program is funded by gifts from members and others, through donations of
items for the Scholarship
Auction (held during the competition week), or direct contributions.
Please consider making a contribution to
support the training of new violin and bow makers!
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