The ASCAP Foundation Bart Howard Songwriting Scholarship at Berklee College of Music
Established to honor the memory of long-time ASCAP member Bart Howard, this tuition scholarship recognizes the talent, professionalism, musical ability and career potential of a Berklee student majoring in songwriting. Bart Howard (1915-2004) was a prolific composer who wrote over 200 songs, most notably “Fly Me to The Moon,” which has been performed by hundreds of singers including Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Peggy Lee and Diana Krall. Members of the Berklee Songwriting Department faculty select the recipient. This program is made possible by The ASCAP Foundation Bart Howard Fund.