Chamber Music Study • Concerto Competition • Private Lessons • Master Classes • and a variety of topical lectures
Study with a wide spectrum of excellent faculty including professors, soloists, orchestral principals & competition winners.
SCHOLARSHIPS AND WORK-STUDY AVAILABLE
Financial assistance for study at Music in the Mountains Conservatory is available, but consideration will be given only after the application and audition process is completed by the applicant. Work-study scholarships are also available. Awards range from $100 to the full cost of tuition. Work-study scholarships help offset tuition costs (but not room and board). Work-study scholarships typically require three to ten hours of work per week. Work-study assignments are in areas of Festival and/or Conservatory operations such as stage management, music library, ushering and office work. Please visit our website for further details.
The Concerto Competition is a competitive performance in front of a live audience for a chance to win a number of prizes with the top being the prestigious honor of performing with the Music in the Mountains Festival Orchestra. Cash prizes are given to five winners. Students are required to fill out a separate application and provide a recording of themselves playing a selection of the suggested repertoire list.
Held near the end of the Conservatory, the Conservatory Gala is a performance at the Festival Tent at Purgatory that showcases and celebrates student achievement. The event audience is 250 invited guests and is a fundraiser to support Music in the Mountains Conservatory operations.
Contact Sean Mallow; email or call 970-385-6820
Special thanks to the McDonalds Local Conservatory Scholarship Fund