Musicians Institute and Seymour Duncan are proud to announce the Fall Scholarship Winners, Chanjin Oh and Calvin Rasmussen!
Chanjin Oh, winner of the Fall 2017 Seymour Duncan Bass Scholarship, comes to Musicians Institute from South Korea armed with a serious dedication for the bass and a passion for playing rock. He describes his future goals and aspirations as “seeing people listening to my music and being happy. If they enjoy while they listen to my music, that encourages me to play my music and I will be remembered as a good musician that makes people happy. That is the final goal of my life and my dream.” Read more here.
Here’s Chanjin On with Bass Program Chair Maurice Verloop.
Calvin Rasmussen, who takes out the Fall 2017 Seymour Duncan Guitar Craft Academy Scholarship honors, says “I’ve been interested in building guitars for a year and a half. I’ve watched a lot of videos and have tinkered a little bit on my own here and there. I chose MI because if you want to master something, you need to learn from a master. MI offers me a chance to benefit from the wisdom of some truly great artisans and craftsmen.” We look forward to seeing the results of his study and vision! Read more here.
Here’s Calvin with GCA Nashville Director Michael Phifer.