Community Music Center is open for in-person learning with spaces suitable for teaching and protocols that adhere to public health guidelines. Our biggest consideration in making these plans is the safety of our students, staff, and faculty. We will also continue to offer lessons and classes online.
Please read CMC’s Health and Safety Plan to learn about the in-person protocols which have been developed to make CMC a safe space for students, faculty and staff to learn. As health and safety guidelines continue to change, we will keep this page updated.
We want to extend our thanks to you for continuing your musical journey at CMC and for your willingness to adapt to policies and procedures that will keep our community safe.
New Students: Make an appointment with a registrar online to discuss availability and sign up for in-person or online lessons or classes. You will be asked to complete this health and safety form if you are studying in-person.
Current students and families: Please read the following safety protocols
In-Person Learning Protocols:
CMC has developed on-site protocols in accordance with public health guidelines. Students who take in-person classes will need to review these guidelines and sign an agreement stating they understand and will abide by the health and safety protocols. These include masking, social distancing, hand hygiene, and other protocols. CMC will also provide HEPA filtration and fresh air ventilation in each studio space.
You can read all of our in-person protocols here, but in summary:
Staff and Facility Safety Protocols:
You can read all of our health and safety protocols here, but in summary:
Mission District Branch:
We will have a limited capacity to provide outdoor space for wind and/or voice lessons.
Richmond District Branch:
Richmond District Branch will have limited capacity to provide outdoor space for wind and/or voice lessons.
CMC continues to closely monitor information from public health officials regarding public gatherings. Please be aware that events are subject to change to comply with these protocol.Thank you for helping us keep our communities safe!