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COVID-19 Update from UMVC

UVMC will offer in-person activities outdoors at UVMC, and other locations around the Upper Valley, while our HVAC system is being installed. Our current health policies are designed for outdoor programming. Please click below to read our updated policies. UVMC is closely following updates from the CDC, NH Department of Health and Human Services, and the City of Lebanon’s COVID-19 Response.  Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have questions.

Upper Valley Music Center Office
M-F, 10 am – 6 pm
(603) 448-1642 / info@uvmusic.org

Some teacher continue to offer online or hybrid instruction using Zoom. Looking for tips, suggestions, and help with technology for your online learning experience? Please reference our Student Guide to Online Lessons.

Tuition Assistance

We know that many people throughout the Upper Valley are experiencing loss of income due to the disruptions caused by COVID-19. If you find yourself in this situation now or in the coming year, we want you to know that tuition assistance is available for UVMC programs.

Many of you have told us how much connection and comfort music is providing right now. Our goal is that everyone can continue to get this support no matter what. To make this possible, we are tapping the power of our community to raise additional funds for Tuition Assistance through the summer and coming school year.

If you are in need, please fill out this form or reach out to the UVMC office. Bekah (info@uvmusic.org/(603)448-1642) can assist with Tuition Assistance questions.

Support Tuition Assistance

To ensure that music remains available for Upper Valley families, UVMC has launched a $50,000 campaign to fund Tuition Assistance through the 2020-21 school year.

As we face isolation, anxiety, grief, and often an unpredictable mix of the three, gathering virtually to make music has provided routine, the relief of friendly faces, and, most profoundly, a chance to share in the expression of the inexpressible. We want to make sure that if a family loses their income, they won’t have to turn to their children and tell them that they are losing their teacher.

If you are able, please support our Tuition Assistance Campaign with a donation.