BOP STOP at The Music Settlement is Cleveland's premier listening room: an intimate, acoustically pristine performance venue with sweeping views of Lake Erie.
Returning Center for Music students may register over the phone or click here to view our offerings and enroll online. (Online registration is not available for private lessons or the Suzuki Program. Please call us at 216-421-5806 ext. 100 to schedule your lessons.)
Please Note: If you or a family member were registered with The Music Settlement anytime during or after the fall of 2009, you already have an account with a pre-assigned login and password. If you need help logging into your account, please contact the ECS office.
Lesson times are available on a first come, first served basis at both of our campuses.
A $200 down payment is required at enrollment with the remaining balance placed on a six-month payment plan. Ask about automatic payments.
There are three ways to register:
*Note: Online registration is not available for private music lessons or our Suzuki Program.
Call our Enrollment & Customer Service office at 216-421-5806 ext. 100 to register and make your down payment.
Visit our University Circle campus during normal office hours to register and make your down payment in person.
Financial aid and hardship assistance are available to those who qualify. Financial aid is calculated based on federal poverty guidelines. Hardship is determined based on extenuating life circumstances (e.g., job loss, medical expenses) and is available for two consecutive years.
Those interested in applying for financial aid and/or hardship must complete and submit an application. Aid offers must be accepted and enrollment taken place within 35 days of notification or the aid will be revoked. Once revoked, the interested party will need to reapply.
Submitting an application for financial aid and/or hardship does not guarantee assistance will be provided as funding is limited. Those receiving financial aid and/or hardship must reapply at the start of every school year.
The Center for Music provides annual merit scholarships to its current music students. Merit scholarships are available for private lessons, Suzuki Program, and our J@MS Program (Jazz at the Music Settlement).
Auditions are held every late winter/early spring and the scholarships are put toward tuition for the upcoming school year. Those wishing to audition for a merit scholarship must meet the minimum requirements established by their department. Community Merit Scholarship Auditions are held annually each summer.
Scholarship recipients must complete a series of requirements during the school year, which may include performing at The Music Settlement, writing a thank you letter to their donors, and fulfilling a service requirement.