Philip H. Inman Excellence in Choral Conducting Arts Scholarship
Philip H. Inman is Director Emeritus of the Beaver Valley Choral Society. Mr. Inman led the Choral Society from 1979 – 2011.
In establishing the Philip H. Inman Excellence in Choral Conducting Arts Scholarship, we, the members of the Beaver Valley Choral Society, have come together to celebrate Mr. Inman’s life-long dedication to excellence in the choral arts of Beaver County, Pennsylvania. We remember his perfection in training the many thousands of fortunate individuals who were and are inspired not only to produce beautiful sounds under his artistic encouragement, but to discover deeper human emotions of love for self, country, and especially God and the beauty of all creation through the joy of music.
It is fitting and right to honor Mr. Philip H. Inman by conferring this scholarship to an outstanding student focused on choral arts conducting. This scholarship is awarded annually to a student from one of our five partner universities, Duquesne University, Carnegie Mellon University, Westminster College, Geneva College, and Grove City College.
Student Promise of Tomorrow
Recognizing student talent with this scholarship award. Participation in One: Exclusive Pre-college Program, Carnegie Mellon University; Penn State Summer Honors Music Institute Chamber Choir Program, Penn State University, University Park, PA; Geneva College Summer Festival, Beaver Falls PA; Susquehanna University, High School Choral Institute, Susquehanna, PA (subject to student acceptance into one). Scholarship Award presented based on student application to and acceptance in one of the qualifying summer college or university programs
Scholarship Award Funds to offset summer institute cost. Residency requirements must be verified. Student high school scholastic record to be verified.
The Beaver Valley Choral Society High School Student Promise of Tomorrow Scholarship program subject to change without notice.
Inman Scholarship Receipients
2001 Jeffrey Tedford Carnegie Mellon University
2002 Richard Skirpan Duquesne University
2003 Mary Ann Mangini Grove City College
2004 Garrett Mudrick Geneva College
2005 Katherine Menhorn Westminster College
2006 Brian Hart Carnegie Mellon University
2007 Robert Kurth Duquesne University
2008 Megan Jones Grove City College
2009 Guy Russo Carnegie Mellon University
2010 Lauren Holmes Geneva College
2011 Daniel Goffus Westminster College
2012 Andrew Kurtz Duquesne University
2013 John A. Krimmel Grove City College
2014 Justin Addicott Geneva College
2015 Colin Farley Duquesne University
2016 Rachel Read Westminster College
2017 Colton Croskey Grove City College
2018 Gino Mollica Carnegie Mellon University