Royal Overseas League

Find out about the Royal Overseas League Chamber Music Selection Concert held each year by Te Kōkī New Zealand School of Music.

Annually, chamber music ensembles from throughout New Zealand are invited to compete for the Pettman/Royal Overseas League (ROSL) Arts Chamber Music Scholarship. Winners gain a scholarship that allows them to spend a month in London, not only performing but also having the opportunity to attend master classes and meet some top ensemble performers in Britain.

Information about the scholarship and how to apply can be found here.

About the Royal Overseas League

Founded in 1910 to encourage international friendship and understanding, the Royal Over-Seas League is a non-governmental organisation based in the UK with an international membership of more than 21,000. ROSL ARTS is the arts division of the Royal Over-Seas League, and for over 50 years has developed a diverse portfolio of arts activities in music, visual arts and literature, devoted to the career development of talented young professional artists and musicians from the UK and the Commonwealth, and also presents readings and literary events at its central London headquarters.