The $2,500 program fee for conductors includes tuition and housing for the six weeks of our program. It does not include meals, travel, telephone, or other personal expenses.
Conductors are responsible for bringing as many of the scores on the curriculum as possible. Options for obtaining scores include borrowing from college libraries, online public access websites and, of course, purchases from various sheet music vendors.
Conductors who play string instruments will also receive a $1,000 scholarship.
A $1,000 registration deposit is required of conductors to guarantee a position in our program.
The $1,000 program fee includes tuition and housing for the six weeks of our program. It does not include meals, travel, telephone, or other personal expenses.
Instrumentalists who play string instruments will automatically receive a $1,000 scholarship.
A $250 registration deposit is required of instrumentalists to guarantee a position in our program. Any fee in excess of the actual cost of our program will be refunded upon arrival.
All applicants who complete the Financial Aid section of their application will be considered for a scholarship. Scholarship offers are made in our letter of acceptance, which will be sent by email between March 19 and March 25.
Successful applicants will have a maximum of two weeks to accept an offer and register with a deposit of $250 (instrumentalists) or $1,000 (conductors).
Questions not answered on our website can be addressed to Executive Director, Ron Schwizer at firstname.lastname@example.org.