COVID UPDATE: Fall 2020 - Spring 2021 school year will be virtual due to COVID-19. Students will learn by remote instruction with the assistance of a parent or guardian. Private lessons are only available. In-person classes and group classes (Baltimore Bows, chamber music group, orchestra and choir) are unavailable until further notice.
Choose your program
(If you have any questions please contact us at TheBaltimoreBows@gmail.com)
1. Baltimore Bows one-year beginner orchestra program
(ages 7-12 from the first note including a free instrument loan!) *Unavailable until further notice.
2. Chamber Encounters Music Academy Orchestras
For ages 7+ on Tuesday evening (2nd year and up) *Unavailable until further notice.
3. Private lessons for ALL AGES (Including adults and young children!)
NEW!!!! We now offer Voice and Piano lessons!
4. Small chamber groups available (Option for gender separated groups and flexible scheduling) *Unavailable until further notice.
5. Choir We will be offering choir for the first time that will meet Sunday mornings. Please contact us with any questions! *Unavailable until further notice.
To view our price list and package options click here!
(Financial aid offered)
(Per enrollment agreement form)
Chamber Encounters divides its programming into two seasons: Fall season
(September through the Winter concert), and Spring season (January through the Spring concert). Chamber Encounters makes hiring decisions and programming schedules based on enrollment at the beginning of each season. Accordingly, no refunds will be provided for the Fall season. If the student will not continue for the Spring season, you must notify Chamber Encounters by mid-December, and Chamber Encounters will refund you for the remainder of the prepaid fees, minus a $30 administration and processing fee. Experience has shown us that the majority of students that struggle become incredibly motivated and inspired by performing in the Winter concert, and end up continuing and becoming some of our best pupils.
NEW: No refunds will be issued for dropping out in the middle of a semester and all payments for that semester must be made. In order to accommodate the transition to remote learning due to COVID-19, students who are new to remote lessons will be given the option to opt out after 3 sessions if it is not a successful learning environment for them, with the agreement of their instructor. Those initial trial lessons will be charged at a single lesson rate plus an administrative cancellation fee of $20.