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Recent Updates and Communication

Spring 2022 Re-enrollment Begins Nov 1

We're looking forward to the spring term, especially because we have a new, streamlined re-enrollment process. Here is what you need to know:...

Registration and Student Information

Academic Calendar and Important Dates

Fall 2021 Academic Calendar

Monday, August 23 Classes Start
Monday, September 6 Labor Day: No Lessons
September 17-19 25th Anniversary Weekend
Friday, October 29 Halloween Play-In
Thursday, November 11 Veterans’ Day: No Lessons
November 22-28 Fall Break: No Classes
Friday, December 3 Priority Re-Enroll Deadline for Spring
Sunday, December 12 Last Day of Lessons
December 13-19 Make-Up Week

Spring 2022 Academic Calendar

Mon, Jan 3 Classes Start
Mon, Jan. 17        Mon: MLK day – no lessons
Mon, Feb. 21  Mon: Presidents’ day – no lessons
March 21-27 Spring Break:  no lessons/classes
May 22   Last Day of Lessons
May 23-29 Make-Up Week
Need to Miss a Lesson, Running Late, or Sick?

If you need to miss a lesson, if you are running late, or if you are sick, please contact your teacher directly. Your teacher’s contact information is listed at the bottom of your invoice as well as in your welcome packet.

Need to Change Your Schedule or Have Questions?

If you need to change your schedule, have questions about your bill, need to discontinue lessons for any reason, or want to re-enroll for the next term, please reach out to the registration office at registrar@comusic.org.

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Learn About our Current Covid Protocols

To learn about our current Covid protocols, visit this link.

Finding Your Studio

How to find your studio

  • Your teacher’s name and your studio number are listed on your invoice
  • Once inside the Center, you will go directly to your assigned studio to meet your teacher. If you need to find your studio number or teacher’s name, you can find it on your invoice (in a separate email), and in your online account 
  • When you enter the front doors, you will see a set of stairs going down on your right. The stairs lead to our 13 studios, which are all numbered, starting with #1 at the foot of the stairs. Studios #9-13 are up a half flight of stairs off the downstairs waiting room  
  • You can also find your studio by looking at the list of students posted next to each studio door
Accessing Your Account, Finding Your Schedule

To access your account: 

To find your schedule:

once you have logged in, find “My Activities” and then “Schedule” or “Calendar” on the left-hand side.

Paying Your Invoice

To pay your invoice:

follow the “pay now” link on your invoice or pay through your online account. To log into your account:

There is a “partial pay” option if you don’t wish to pay the entire invoice at once; the registrar can also put you on a monthly auto-pay if you would prefer. At least partial tuition payment is required before you begin taking lessons. We appreciate payment in full upon registration, but payment plans are available if needed; see more information in our policies.

Need to Change Your Lessons?

If you need to change your schedule, instrument, and/or teacher:

  • go to the Center for Musical Arts homepage and login with your email address and password
  • select ‘My Activities’ on the left-hand side
  • on the right side of your schedule, select ‘request a change’
  • scroll down to the text box, type your changes requests, and submit
Re-Enrolling for the Next Term

If you wish to keep your schedule as-is:

just pay your $50 deposit (to be applied toward your lessons) by November 15 to keep your spot and waive your registration fee, or pay your $50 deposit by the final deadline December 3 to keep your spot (without the registration fee waived). 

If you need to change your schedule, instrument, and/or teacher:

  • go to the Center for Musical Arts homepage and login with your email address and password
  • select ‘My Activities’ on the left-hand side
  • on the right side of your schedule, select ‘request a change’
  • scroll down to the text box, type your changes requests, and submit

Read more about our new re-enrollment process

Frequently Asked Questions

To see a list of Frequently Asked Questions, visit this link.

Learn More About Our Faculty and Students

Student Spotlight: Matthew

Student Spotlight: Matthew

The Center for Musical Arts is proud of all of its students! Matthew studies piano with Nancy McNeill. Begin your own musical journey on our Lessons page, and watch or read our interview with Matthew below. Center for Musical Arts: Okay. What is your name? Matthew: My...

Faculty Highlight: Dianela Acosta

Faculty Highlight: Dianela Acosta

The Center for Musical Arts has a variety of talented teachers. In this interview we spoke with voice and piano instructor Dianela Acosta about her passion for opera, her career path, and more. Center for Musical Arts: Hello! My name is Erica Reid, I am the Marketing...

Faculty Highlight: Alex Sierra

Faculty Highlight: Alex Sierra

The Center for Musical Arts has a variety of talented teachers. In this interview we sat down with voice and piano instructor Alex Sierra, who also leads the Center's Spanish-language Coro Santuario.Center for Musical Arts: Good morning! I'm Erica Reid, I'm the...

Faculty Highlight: Steve Christopher (Mr. C)

Faculty Highlight: Steve Christopher (Mr. C)

The Center for Musical Arts has a variety of talented teachers. In this interview, we sat down with Director of Jazz Studies Steve Christopher, better known as Mr. C, to talk about his history with the Center for Musical Arts, why he's a lifelong Boston Red Sox fan,...

Faculty Highlight: Piano Teacher Brian Hickman

Faculty Highlight: Piano Teacher Brian Hickman

The Center for Musical Arts has a variety of talented teachers. In this interview, we sat down with piano instructor Brian Hickman to learn about his career path, his teaching philosophy, his interests, and more.Center for Musical Arts: Hello! My name is Erica Reid....

Student Spotlight: Henry Stalker

Student Spotlight: Henry Stalker

Thank you to the Stalker family for sending us this wonderful video about oboe student Henry Stalker’s experience at the Center for Musical Arts!Henry Stalker: Hi, my name is Henry Stalker and I play the oboe. I've been playing the oboe now for three years at the...

Have other questions?

You can schedule a time to talk to us or fill out our contact form. Either way, we look forward to helping you.