Each year Keble offers a music scholarship to a talented instrumentalist keen to have an active role within the society. Auditions will be held in Michaelmas Term and will consist of a performance followed by a short interview with the Warden, Director of Music, and President of KCMS. The scholarship is worth £200 per year and the recipient also receives two free meals per week in Hall. Those interested in applying should contact Carrie Craig or Paul Brough.
The College also awards Choral Scholarships to the value of £200 a year, including free singing lessons. Choral Scholars sing three services per week and also participate in the highly acclaimed Keble Early Music Festival. See the College's website for more information.
Organ scholars accompany the choir up to three times a week during term, and are able to practice on the Kenneth Tickell organ housed in the Chapel. They also receive an annual stipend and regular free meals in College. For more information, see the College's website.