Tuition and Fees

On-Campus Tuition 7 Weeks: US $9,200.00 (Includes $100 Refundable Security Deposit)
Off-Campus Tuition 7 Weeks: US $5,300.00 (Includes $100 Refundable Security Deposit)

Program Tuition Includes:
  • Weekly Private Lesson
  • Weekly Two-Hour Studio Class
  • All Faculty Master Classes
  • Performance Opportunities
  • Daily Scheduled Practice Hours
  • Guest Artist Solo Master Classes
  • Scale/Etude/Technique Classes 
  • Admission to All Concerts
  • Practice Coach as needed
  • Chamber Music Ensembles
  • Weekly Chamber Coaching
  • Alexander Technique Classes
  • Yoga Classes
  • Musicians Health Seminars/Workshops
  • Instrument Care Workshops
  • Focus Programing for Youth
  • Recreation Opportunities
  • Exercise and Stretching Routines
  • Activities with Counselors
  • Sheet Music Library

Additional Services for On-Campus Living:

  • Weekly Laundry Service
  • Internet/Cable TV in Main House
  • Private Bedroom (a few doubles available)
  • Daily Dormitory Housekeeping
  • 3 Meals per day
  • Midday Snack
  • After Concert Snack

Reservation Deposit

For all Students, once accepted, a US$1,500.00 reservation deposit, credited toward the tuition, is required to reserve your place. It must be received in the admissions office within 2 weeks of receiving your acceptance notice.

The remainder of all fees are due in full on May 15th. Arrival of the final tuition payment after the May 15 deadline may result in the loss of your reservation and placement on the wait list, as well as a $50 late fee.

Cancellation of Reservation:
There are no refunds issued after we have received your deposit, signed pledge and waiver. 

Extra Lessons

Extra lessons are available from assistant teachers at the rate of US$50 per hour. Most students take advantage of this opportunity. To request extra lessons, indicate on the application the number you would like to take, so we may secure the services of the assistants. The extra lessons can be paid by separate check to the office or by check or cash directly to the teaching assistant. Extra lessons arranged with faculty are charged the faculty member’s studio rate and payable directly to the professor.



Chamber music and solo performance Scholarships are available. Priority is given to those showing highest merit as demonstrated on the audition. Financial need is used only as a secondary consideration.

Service Awards

Each position averages 10 hours per week. Upon completion of service, students receive $1,000 in tuition reimbursement at the end of the session.


Fellowships have been created to help ensure that the Meadowmount School of Music’s position as the premier training ground for young artists remains unchallenged.


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