Davis UWC Scholars at Middlebury
The Davis United World College Scholars Program, founded in 2000 by Shelby M.C. Davis and Philip O. Geier, is the world's largest privately funded international scholarship program. It now supports over 2,000 students (from 133 nations) at 91 U.S. colleges and universities.
Davis UWC Scholars are all graduates of United World Colleges, a group of 13 high schools across the globe that bring students of different nationalities together for studies emphasizing intercultural knowledge and awareness.
History & Traditions
Middlebury is a liberal arts college of the first rank, an achievement that is the result of a process of growth and change that began in 1800, when a few men of the town of Middlebury took upon themselves the challenge of building a college in a small New England town, on what was then the American frontier. Over the more than two centuries since it was established, Middlebury has developed from "the town's college" into an institution of international renown.
There will be two concerts during Spring Semester:
Concert 1 on Friday March 15, with rehearsals on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7 till 9 in the evening: February 26/28 March 5/7, 12/14.
This concert will feature the Brahms Haydn Variations, and the Beucher Concerto Competition winner, Zitong Jia, on alto saxophone.
Concert 2 on Saturday April 13, with 4 rehearsals, on April 2/4, 9/11
This concert will feature new works by Pete Fitton '13 and Nicholas Tkach '12.