Kaufman Music Center

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AGE

Please note the age listed for each class is the student's age as of September 1, the first day of the current school year.

New Students

If you've never registered before, please call 212 501 3360 to speak with staff to determine which classes and lessons are right for you or your child.

Office hours: Mon-Thurs, 9 am -7 pm; Sun & Fri, 9 am - 5:30 pm.

Returning Students

If you're a returning student, please call us at 212 501 3360 or download a registration form that can be mailed, faxed or emailed as an attachment to Education Office. Even if you're registering in person or by phone, filling out the form in advance will save you time.

A new online registration system will be available soon but is not currently available.

We recommend you read our policies before registering.

Important Dates

March 16 – Early Registration: Returning students may register for the following school year. Download a registration form.

May 1 – New students may begin registering for the following school year. Financial aid applications are due for returning Young People’s Division financial aid recipients.

June 15 Financial aid applications are due for new Young People’s Division students who have not previously received financial aid..
  
September – Once the new school year begins, current students may continue to add additional classes, including spring semester classes.
  
December 2 – New students may register for spring semester classes. Returning Summer Musical Theater Workshop students may register until Feb. 1. Interested new students can be placed on a waiting list.
  
February 1 – Students on the Summer Musical Theater Workshop waiting list will be contacted about availability and registration.

February 15 – New and returning students may register for the summer session.

Students interested in private lessons may begin at any time during the year. Mid-session registration is possible for some classes; please contact the registrars for more information.

 

 

 

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