Tuition, scholarships, work study

 

Tuition for 2018 festival has not yet been determined, but will be available at this page by mid-November.

The Resident Tuition fee ($4,200 in 2017) includes six lessons, six chamber music coachings, all classes, concerts, and workshops, dorm housing, 3 meals per day, and local transportation.

The Commuter Tuition fee ($3,200 in 2017) includes six lessons, six chamber music coachings, all classes, concerts, and workshops, two meals a day only, and no housing or local transportation.

 

Scholarships

The Green Mountain Chamber Music Festival provides some scholarship assistance to qualified students who cannot afford the full cost of tuition. Scholarship awards are determined by the Artistic Director, who takes into consideration the requirements of the program and the financial need of prospective students. As the Festival’s funds are limited, students are encouraged to investigate sources of financial assistance which may be available in their own community.

Your overall application to the Festival must be complete in order to be considered for a scholarship. The deadline for scholarship applications will be the same as festival applications: March 1, 2018.

 

Work-study awards

All festival students receiving larger amounts of scholarship will be asked to take on a work-study task of approximately 3 hours per week, and all scholarship applicants are asked about the skills they could offer. However, the Festival does not determine financial aid by filling specific work-study positions paying specific amounts.