1. Prepare

Prepare supplementary materials.
A digital photo of yourself, from which a photo ID will be generated. The photo must be full-face view directly facing the camera with both eyes open, no glasses, and no hat or head covering that obscures or shadows your face. (Head coverings worn daily for religious purpose are allowed.)

2. Register

Click “register now” and create an account. Complete the registration.

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3. Pay

Pay the application fee by 11:59 a.m. EST Friday, February 28, 2016 and save $60; $125 starting noon EST Friday, February 28, 2016. You will be notified of your status by email; the notice will include directions on tuition and housing payments.

  1. Click “register now” above and create an account.
  2. Complete the registration.
  3. Pay the $65 registration fee.
  4. Click on the link provided at the end of the registration form. In order to secure your place in the Jeffrey Khaner Flute Class (auditors only) you must pay the tuition by clicking on the appropriate links at the end of the registration form. No audition is required for admission.
  5. Pay the tuition and housing by 11:59 a.m. EST Friday, February 26, 2016 to save $60. Starting NOON EST Friday, February 26, 2016, $60 will be added. Registration ends Friday, May 13 2016 at 11:59 a.m. EST.

Questions about registration? Ask Summerfest.


  • Tuition: $975
  • Application Fee: $65 / $125*
  • Housing and Dining: $595

Full Program Auditor

  • Tuition: $550
  • Registration Fee: $65 / $125*
  • Housing and Dining: $595

Day Auditor

  • Tuition: $120
  • Registration Fee: $65 / $125*
  • Housing and Dining: $119/night

*Registration fee: $65 before February 28, 2016 at 11:59 a.m. EST; $125 (after March 1, 2016).

Curtis Summerfest does not offer scholarships for the Jeffrey Khaner Flute Class. Students and parents are urged to seek financial assistance from local sources such as school music organizations; county, state, or national music education organizations; youth orchestras and bands; music clubs; service clubs (Rotary, Kiwanas, etc.); businesses; local churches; and foundations.

Visit this blog post to see an example of past participant’s fundraising.