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Registration and Student Information

Fall 2022 Academic Calendar

Mon, Aug 22:  Term Starts
Mon, Sept 5: Labor day – no lessons
Fri, Nov 11: Veterans’ Day – no lessons
Nov 21-27: Fall Break – no lessons/classes
Dec 18: Last Day of Term

Spring 2023 Academic Calendar

Mon, Jan 9:  Term Starts
Mon, Jan 16: MLK day – no lessons
Mon, Feb 20: Presidents’ Day – no lessons
March 20-26: Spring Break – no lessons/classes
May 28: Last Day of Term
May 29: Memorial Day
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

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Learn About our Current Covid Protocols

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Re-Enrolling for the Next Term
Finding Your Studio

How to find your studio

Visit our Help Center for detailed instructions on how to find your studio. 

Accessing Your Account, Finding Your Schedule

To access your account: 

To find your schedule:

Visit our Help Center for detailed instructions on how to find your schedule. 

Paying Your Invoice
Need to Change Your Lessons?
Frequently Asked Questions

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

Learn More About Our Faculty and Students

Student Spotlight: Harp Student Greta Richardson

Student Spotlight: Harp Student Greta Richardson

Today we are shining a spotlight on harp student Greta Richardson, who was nominated by her instructor of 10 years, Carolyn Kuban. Please tell us about your music lesson history with the Center for Musical Arts. Greta: I have distant but fun memories of doing several...

Student Spotlight: Lynn Schwankl

Student Spotlight: Lynn Schwankl

We love getting to know Center for Musical Arts students! In this video, Center faculty member Lindsie Katz interviews student and jazz musician Lynn Schwankl.  Center for Musical Arts: Hi everyone. My name is Lindsie Katz, and I'm one of the violin and viola teachers...

Faculty Highlight: Raouf Zaidan

Faculty Highlight: Raouf Zaidan

The Center for Musical Arts has a variety of talented teachers. In this interview we spoke with piano and voice instructor Raouf Zaidan about his love of music, his history with opera (in many languages!), and more. Center for Musical Arts: Hello! My name is Erica...

Faculty Highlight: Faye Nepon

Faculty Highlight: Faye Nepon

The Center for Musical Arts has a variety of talented teachers. In this interview we spoke with Faye Nepon, who teaches voice, piano, Jazz for Singers, Musical Theater, and more. This interview focuses on Faye's classes; learn more about Faye's background here....

Student Spotlight: Colin Lockridge

Student Spotlight: Colin Lockridge

Lindsie Katz, Violinist  As one of our long-time students at the Center for Musical Arts, Colin Lockridge has made quite an impact over the years as he has blossomed into a wonderful pianist and composer. He has been studying under one of the Center’s faculty members,...

Faculty Highlight: Mary Jungerman

Faculty Highlight: Mary Jungerman

(photo: Mary Jungerman, left; Devon Park, right) The Center for Musical Arts has a variety of talented teachers. In this interview with spoke with Mary Jungerman, who teaches clarinet, bass clarinet, saxophone, and Native American flute. Center for Musical Arts: Good...

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