|the scholarship is on hold until further notice|
Due to the ongoing social protocols in place, SABS is suspending the 2021 Sam Baird Scholarship until further notice. Applications can not be accepted until we announce resumption of the application process. As expected, this will be closely tied to local, state, and federal regulations concerning the epidemic.
We will update this website area when any changes happen and eBlasts will have any updates.
|2020 scholarship winners announced|
The 2020 Sam Baird Scholarship is judged and is ready to be awarded. The scholarship judging committee was able to judge the scholarship applications, though tough times made this process difficult. Once there is a better view of when to the award ceremony we will post updates.
The committee was very impressed by what these students submitted. The materials were so well thought out, the performances so well executed. Evaluating their work was a joy. But the task of ranking them was difficult. To the applicants we say "Outstanding Job!" You represented the Sam Baird Scholarship in fine form. The bar remains high for those who will follow, thanks to you.
The committee selected Sophie Muñoz of Brackenridge High School as the winner. The two runner ups are Bethany Palmer of Northeast School of the Arts and Gregory Felter of MacArthur High School.
Again we want to express our appreciation to the applicants. The diversity of applicants and how they came to be applicants is proof that the word is getting out about the annual scholarship application. To those who helped make the Scholarship known, you helped us make a difference in these young people lives. You helped us with one of our main Missions in the Community as executors of the Sam Baird Scholarship. Finally, to the parents, brothers and sisters, all the kin and friends, teachers and tutors, and all who helped the applicants get their productions made and over to us - what a great team effort.
|about the sam baird scholarship|
First announced in 2006, the Sam Baird Scholarship has been established by us to help local students pursue their musical aspirations. This scholarship is continually funded by our members, business partners, and private citizens. The award winners exhibit both scholastic and musical excellence.
This scholarship continues the legacy of noted musician and S.A.B.S. member Sam Baird, who supported and nurtured the growth of the area music community for many years. Announced in 2006, this local scholarship is awarded to students displaying academic strength and musical ambition. This award is presented at the Fiesta Blues Heritage Series. S.A.B.S. works in conjunction with Art and Music Directors to announce and promote this opportunity to eligible local students. The award winners are announced at our various events, such as Fiesta Blues Heritage Series and the Robert Johnson SA Sessions Festival. It is a special event involving family, friends, and an appreciative audience. This is an ongoing endeavor that we put our full effort into - working with schools, parents, sponsors, corporate members, and community leaders to get as many students involved as possible.
FOR NOW, UNTIL FUTHER NOTICE, WE ARE NOT ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
|roster of award recipients|
|the application UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE APPLICATIONS ARE NOT ACCEPTED|
Download the application by clicking 2021 SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION .
Complete the application.
If you will be submitting by mail, please be sure to print a copy to send us.
Prepare a presentation of your work that you want to be evaluated on.
For performance submissions, digital format is good.
Not a performer? Submit your piece in an appropriate way showing us your talents.
While video/audio format is sought, portfolios and similar submissions are accpeted.
If you have any questions on how to submit just contact us.
SUBMIT YOUR MATERIALS TO SABS
MAKE SURE YOU SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION AND PERFORMANCE PIECE !!
You may submit electronic material to email@example.com .
You may drop off your material to Scholarship Committee Member Pam Harter
Harter Music c/o Pam Harter
3477 Northeast Parkway
San Antonio, TX 78218
You may submit your material to any SABS Officer working at a SABS event.
You can mail in your material:
San Antonio Blues Society
P.O. Box 33952
San Antonio, Texas 78265
If you want to contact us via our hotline: (210) 641-8192
Material submitted to SABS remains the property of SABS.
If we can assist in any way, please contact us.
Feel free to contact us shortly after you submit your materials to ensure all was received.