Frank DeMiero Music Scholarship
To apply please see Edmonds College Foundation Scholarship at https://www.edmonds.edu/foundation/scholarships/default.html.
The application for the 2022-23 academic year will open mid-January 2022. To qualify the applicant should be enrolled in the music program and intend to pursue a professional career in music.
To support the Frank DeMiero Music Scholarship tax deductible donations in support of are currently accepted as follows:
Online via PayPal:
Make checks out to: Sno-King Community Chorale
Indicate in the memo field: Frank DeMiero Music Scholarship (FDMS)
Sno-King Community Chorale, P.O. Box 382, Edmonds, WA 98020-0382
2022 Recipient award winner Isaac McCormick
Sno-King Community Chorale is happy to present the 2022-2023 recipient of the Frank DeMiero Music Scholarship, Isaac McCormick. Read More
The Sno-King Community Chorale (SKCC) is pleased to announce the second annual Frank DeMiero Music Scholarship, an award to be given to a Edmonds College student enrolled in the Music Department Program with the intent to pursue a music career. This award is made possible by donations from SKCC, friends and colleagues of Frank DeMiero, and the general public. DeMiero, recently retired and highly esteemed conductor/ artistic director of SKCC, has been a music educator since 1964.
The second annual Frank DeMiero Music Scholarship is designated for the 2020 fall quarter at Edmonds College. Students who have been accepted into the music program for the 2020 fall quarter are eligible to apply. The amount of the award is $1000.
For over seventeen years DeMiero directed the Edmonds based SKCC and grew membership from 38 original singers to an approximate 100 mixed voice Chorale. Over the years the Chorale has grown to serve as Edmonds music ambassadors both locally and world-wide. The Chorale has performed at Edmonds Center for the Arts and Trinity Lutheran Church, Lynnwood. Regional performances have taken place at McIntyre Hall, Mount Vernon and Benaroya Hall, Seattle. The Chorale traveled to New York on two separate occasions to perform at Carnegie Hall and made two trips to Europe performing at such internationally prestigious venues as the Vatican and Salzburg Cathedral.
DeMiero leaves a legacy of well-crafted, unforgettable and inspiring concert performances that covered a wide range of choral styles such as Broadway shows, Americana arrangements, and major classical choral works. A few of the well-remembered Broadway shows featured concert versions of Mamma Mia, Phantom of the Opera, Fiddler on the Roof, and Les Miserables. In concert with The Brothers Four the Chorale performed iconic Americana arrangements and was featured on their 50th Anniversary CD. Other guest artist collaborations included Sara Gazarek and Josh Nelson, Louise Rose, Dee Daniels, Greta Matassa, Walt Wagner and Fifth Avenue. Major choral works included the music of Haydn, Brahms, Cherubini, John Rutter, Puccini, and Karl Jenkins