Laetitia-Cyr Scholarships

Through the Laetitia-Cyr Scholarship Fund, Jeunesses Musicales New Brunswick offers scholarships every two years to New Brunswick young musicians wishing to pursue advanced training in classical music. These activities may include taking part in a masterclass, attending a music camp or participating in a national or international competition or a related music project. 




The Laetitia-Cyr Fund

Created in 2000 to pay tribute to a great lady of the cultural scene in Atlantic Canada, the purpose of the Laetitia-Cyr Fund is to assist young emerging artists in classical music in New Brunswick. The past scholarship recipients are:

2023: Cédric Thériault (Grand-Sault), guitar; Adèle LeBlanc (Hanwell), piano; Carlo Cormier (Dieppe), tenor; Olivia LaPointe (Fredericton), soprano; Amanda Godin (Bathurst), soprano; Sarah Lagarde (Glassville), piano. 
: Martine Jomphe (Hanwell), piano ; Jack Smith (Florenceville-Bristol), saxophone ; Hanna Wilson (Fredericton), trombone ; Carlo Comier (Dieppe), baryton.
2019: Brooklyn Duffie (Fredericton), piano ; Martine Jomphe (Hanwell), piano ; Sasha Léger (Dieppe), composer.
2017: Conor P. Britt (Rothesay), cello ; Justin Demers (Fredericton), piano ; Naomi Ford (Riverview), flute ; Martine Jomphe (Hanwell), piano ; Jonathan Lagacé (Petit Rocher), flute ; Minage Masui (Sackville), piano ; Sarah Sharpe (Woodstock), singer.
2015: D’Arcy Blunston (Grand-Sault), voice ; Sumira Bothé (Moncton), violin ; Conor P. Britt (Rothersay), cello ; Sienna Cho (Fredericton), violin ; Mélanie Cosman (Moncton), trumpet ; Sophie Dupuis (Edmundston), composition ; Hiroko Hanamura (Sackville), piano ; brothers Jinmyung, Sumyung and Jinwon Jang (Fredericton), violin.


For more information, contact:

Sophie Dupuis
(506) 253-2647 |

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