Category:Barlow Endowment

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The Barlow Endowment for Music Composition was established in September of 1983 under the auspices of Milton A. and Gloria Barlow, who presented a substantial gift to Brigham Young University to engender and support excellence in musical composition.

The Board of Directors and Board of Advisors have subsequently been engaged in employing the proceeds of the Endowment to support four programs: The Barlow Prize, General Commissions, LDS Composer Commissions, and Education Grants.

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Design Awards

Each year, the Endowment mails out a poster announcing the competition. These posters are held to a high standard and have subsequently won multiple design awards.

"Glasses" 2007 Competition Poster

"Chairs" 2008 Competition Poster

"Trombone" 2009 Competition Poster

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