Preparatory School Tuition and Fees 2016-2017
Classes
(all meet for 30 weeks unless noted)Regular
Tuition
With
Discount*
Advanced Piano Seminar I$1,125.00$820.00
Advanced Piano Seminar II$1,690.00$1,230.00
The Art of Practice and Performance$320.00N.A.
Audition and Performance Preparation for Singers (15 weeks)  $565.00$410.00
Composition for Performers$1,125.00$820.00
Composition Seminar$1,125.00$820.00
Diction and Language for Singers (15 weeks)$565.00$410.00
Elements of Composition$1,125.00$820.00
Eurhythmics (all levels)$785.00N.A.
Fundamentals of Improvisation$1,125.00$820.00
History of Jazz$1,125.00$820.00
Intermediate Piano Seminar$1,125.00$820.00
Introduction to Composing with Electronics$1,125.00$820.00
Jazz Analysis and Stylistic Application$1,125.00$820.00
Jazz Ear Training$1,125.00$820.00
Jazz Theory$1,125.00$820.00
Junior Piano Seminar$1,125.00$820.00
The Modern Musician: Entrepreneurship and Business for Singers (15 weeks)$565.00$410.00
Musical Theatre Performance Class (15 weeks)$565.00$410.00
Piano Class for Singers$1,125.00$820.00
Preparatory Theory (all levels)$1,125.00$820.00
Recorder for Beginners$1,125.00$820.00
Recorder for Woodwind Players$1,125.00$820.00
Reedmaking$1,125.00$820.00
Renaissance & Baroque Improvisation and Ornamentation$1,125.00$820.00
Sightreading for Pianists (15 weeks) $565.00$410.00
Voice Class for Young Singers (both age groups)$1,125.00$820.00
The Western Musical Experience$1,125.00$820.00
Young Composers' Seminar$1,125.00$820.00
Your Body the Instrument: Alexander Technique for Singers (15 weeks)$565.00$410.00
Additional Charges
Registration fee (per semester)$40.00 
Late registration fine$50.00 
Student ID replacement fee$15.00 

These prices are in effect for the 2016-2017 academic year.

*Students taking at least 12 private lessons each semester at the Preparatory School receive tuition discounts on year-long courses, chamber, and large ensembles, provided they are enrolled in the courses through both semesters.

2016-07-13


WHY DO I LIKE THESE THINGS? ARE MY EARS ON WRONG? CHARLES IVES