Music Scholarships

Bromsgrove boasts some of the best musical opportunities in Bangkok, with many performance opportunities, strong musical connections, and a wide range of options for music study.

We are looking for able musicians with a strong desire to perform and immerse themselves into the musical life of the school. Above all else, we want to see that you are passionate about music, that you are enthusiastic about performing, and that you are keen to improve yourself as a musician. Scholars are awarded a discount off tuition fees only, ranging from 25% to 75%.

How to Apply

To apply for a scholarship, candidates are first asked to complete an application form and provide a record of achievement, showcasing their successes to date, including examples of performances in the form of YouTube links, CD, Flash Drive, etc.

Applicants are then invited to attend a scholarship audition day for an interview, and to demonstrate their competencies in an audition under timed conditions. Candidates will also be asked to sit the standard entrance tests for their age group.

For further information, please contact our Head of Admissions, Ms Natsanan (Ning) Byrne at


  • You will be asked to play two contrasting pieces on your main instrument (including voice). The total playing time should be between 5 and 10 minutes. It will not be necessary to play from memory.
  • We will be looking for musical performances of an appropriate level, but at least ABRSM Grade 4 (or equivalent). Please bring two copies of your music with you. Accompaniment will not be available.
  • You will be asked to sight read, play scales in a range suitable for your instrument in major and minor keys up to 4 flats and 4 sharps, and take aural tests.
  • You will be interviewed by the Head of Performing and Creative Arts regarding your experience and interests.

Scholarship Conditions

Music Scholars are expected to commit to a range of enrichment opportunities and performances under the direction of the Head of Performing and Creative Arts, including:

  • Bromsgrove Youth Music Theatre
  • Orchestras, ensembles, and choirs
  • Solo, duet and chamber performances
  • Leadership roles in ensembles and performances
  • External performances (TISAC, FOBISIA, competitions)
  • Music study at GCSE (Key Stage 4)
  • Maintaining all academic work alongside performing arts commitments.