The CME Annual Course will be held in Fairchild Theatre on the campus of Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, June 15-19, 2020.
The course will be taught by Artistic Director Dr. Sandra Snow and Associate Director Lee R. Kesselman with composer-in-residence Stacey Gibbs.
The in-residence masterclass choir will be the Michigan State University Children's and Youth Choirs.
Enrollment Options, Choose 1:
CME Institute, workshop fee: $795 USD with Conducting Masterclass | $500 without Conducting Masterclass
CME Institute, workshop fee with room (double) and board*: $1145 USD with Conducting Masterclass | $850 without Conducting Masterclass
CME Institute, workshop fee with room (single) and board*: $1245 with Conducting Masterclass | $950 without Conducting Masterclass
CME Institute, graduate credit (1 or 2 credits)
For this option, you must register through MSU as current student in degree seeking program in music education or choral conducting. No workshop fee required, graduate credit option limited to one summer. Only five graduate students slots are available per course. May be repeated as workshop in subsequent years.
*Rooms are available in non-air-conditioned MSU dorms with shared restroom facilities; meals are provided in campus cafeterias. The dorm typically used is Emmons Hall (in the Brody complex), about a mile walk from the Auditorium on campus. Check out a map here. Rooms are available for check-in at 1:00 p.m. the Sunday before and check out is 8:00 a.m. on Friday of the Institute. The closest airport is Lansing, about a 20 minute drive from Michigan State University. Uber and Lyft are both available in the Lansing area. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Optional CME Certification: $50 USD
Levels I, II, and III are determined by annual participation
Artist-Teacher designation require recommendation of Institute faculty or founding director Doreen Rao