Students must pay for the full Festival session regardless of attendance. If a student is ill, it is their responsibility to let a faculty member know of their absence for that day. There are no refunds for cancellations.
Notice Of Non-Discrimination
Just Chamber Music programs and services reflect the cultural diversity of our community. We do not discriminate on the basis of religion, race, color, national origin, sexual orientation, age, or disability.
Health and Safety
All protocols at the JCM Summer Festival for health and safety are designed to create a positive environment for the entire community of students, staff and faculty. Our students' mental and physical well-being are our top priority. In addition, JCM follows the customary code of conduct for pre-college students while on campus.
Rules are clearly stated in the acceptance packet and are explained during the first evening. The illegal use of tobacco, drugs, and alcohol is not allowed, and infraction results in immediate dismissal. Other rules pertain to respectful conduct, privacy, attendance, practice, and personal needs. No refunds will be given if a student needs to be dismissed.
The study of music can be a rewarding experience. It offers a unique opportunity to develop one’s self-expression, artistry, and discipline. In order to make good progress, you are responsible for preparing your music prior to the first day of the Festival. Enjoy yourself and remember to take pride in being a student of music.
Parents and guardians are solely responsible for all transportation needs both to and from the Festival site for their student. If a student is responsible for his or her own transportation, the student agrees to hold Just Chamber Music harmless for any accident or injury traveling to and/or from the Festival site.
"Music is enough for a lifetime, but a lifetime is not enough for music"
- Sergei Rachmaninov