To register for JAIE complete the form below and when finished clicks the “submit” button. The annual tuition is $530.00.

The registration fee of $530.00 can be paid in two installments of $265.00. If paid by Visa or MasterCard, the second installment will be automatically charged to your credit card at the beginning of the second semester. If you elect to pay by check the first installment is $353.00 and the second installment due on or before the beginning of the second semester is $177.00. We will hold your reservation for 7 days and will confirm your reservation upon receipt of your check.

Checks should be made payable to The Jazz Academy of Music and should be mailed to:

P.O. Box 6744
Silver Spring, MD. 20916-6744
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All notices of withdrawal and request for refund must be made in writing. You may e-mail your request to kcarr@jazzacademy.org or fax to 301-563-9330.

Cancellations for any reason 14 days or more prior to the start of JAIE rehearsals are eligible for 50% refund and minus the $75 processing fee.

CANCELLATION REQUESTS FOR ANY REASON, LESS THAN 14 DAYS PRIOR TO THE START OF JAIE REHEARSALS WILL NOT BE ELIGIBLE FOR A REFUND. ONCE REGISTERED AND INITIAL PAYMENT IS RECEIVED THEN THE STUDENT IS COMMITTED FOR THE FULL TERM AND THE FULL BALANCE IS DUE ON OR BEFORE JANUARY 15, 2014.

New Program
Sligo Middle School
1401 Dennis Avenue
Silver Spring, MD 20902


Class begins: 10/02/2013 at 7:00pm

2014/2015 JAIE REGISTRATION FORM
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Instrument & Training
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  2. Any Formal Music Training?
Returning Students
School
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  2. Previous Training in Jazz Improvisation?
Student's Home Information
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  2. (valid email required)
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Private Lessons
Emergency Contact
 

News

The Jazz Academy
on the front page of
GRAMMY.COM


The Jazz Academy of Music, Inc is proud to be featured in Camp Fever which is the Summer Travel Issue of National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. There is a link on the front page front page of the Grammy.com! (Click Image above for full issue)
This article was written by Bruce Britt who is an award-winning journalist and essayist whose work has appeared in The Washington Post, USA Today, San Francisco Chronicle, Billboard, and other publications.

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