Madrigal Chorale High School Scholarship

The Madrigal Chorale is pleased to announce its 28th Annual Vocal Scholarship Competition. This unique opportunity allows for aspiring and talented young vocalists to earn scholarship money toward their educational studies.

Eligible students must submit a vocal recording of their selected pieces for judging. Finalists chosen will be invited to participate in Madrigal Chorale’s Spring Concert which will take place May 20, 2023 at Saint Paul’s United Methodist Church in Rochester, Michigan. There will be one (1) $1,000 Grand Prize Award, one (1) $750 Award and one (1) $500 Award presented at this competition.

Interested students should submit a video recording by the deadline listed below.

Submissions must include:

Please also note:

Submissions must be uploaded by April 30, 2023 to the following link (click, or cut/paste into your browser):

Finalists will be notified by May 7, 2023 and will be invited to perform a selection of their choosing during our Spring Concert on May 20, 2023. Please note that the concert will be recorded and portions may be used by Madrigal Chorale.

Questions may be directed to John Niesen @

Congratulations to our 2023 scholarship recipients: 

Our first place finalist, and winner of a $1000 scholarship, is Dahlia Medvinsky, a senior at University Liggett High School in Grosse Pointe Woods, Michigan. 

Our second place finalist, and winner of a $750 scholarship, is Omi Alba, a senior at Shrine Catholic High School in Royal Oak, Michigan.

Omi will be attending Berklee College of Music in the fall to study songwriting.

Music has always been his passion: writing music, singing in both school and church choirs, participating in musicals and plays, and competing in MSVMA Solo and Ensemble, Honors Choir, and Choir Festival. Omi was recently named one of the Top 12 Solo Finalists in MSVMA Solo and Ensemble, as well as singing in the MSVMA All-State Honors Choir.

Our third place finalist, and winner of a $500 scholarship is Sienna Bostwick, a junior at Stoney Creek High School in Rochester Hills, Michigan.  Sienna hopes to attend Rhode Island School of Design for Illustration after graduating in 2024.

Above: Omi Alba
Below: Sienna Bostwick