• Performance Program (pianists) : $850
  • Performance Program (vocalists and non-piano instrumentalists) : $750
  • New Works Program: $950
  • Electronic Workshop: $750
  • Auditors (access to all programs): $350

Auditors do not need to fill out an application form, please email us at to register.

2023 Refund Policy

Tuition is due in full from accepted Fellows on April 7, 2023. After this date, any requests for refunds will be honored on the following schedule. Application fees are non-refundable. 

April 7 – April 30: 50% tuition refund
May 1 – May 15: 25% tuition refund
After May 16: no refund

Applicants will be notified of their acceptance via the email address provided during the application process. Those not accepted as active participants are encouraged to enroll as auditors.

SICPP 2023 Application Requirements

Clicking our “apply” link will direct you to our SlideRoom application portal. Please create a free SlideRoom account and submit all supplemental materials as part of your application, as prompted. 

Before submitting your application, you will be directed to pay a $60 application fee. This fee is required for application submission.

Review of applicants will begin immediately after the application deadline.

If you have further questions after reading all of the information here, please email

Performance Program

  • CV or resume
  • Recordings 
    • 1 contemporary selection
    • 1 selection from standard repertoire
  • Letter of recommendation 
  • A list of any prospective chamber works you are interested in working on during the week

New Works Program

Note: We recognize that due to Covid-19, applicants may not have had opportunities to have recent works recorded. We encourage the submission of any pieces and recordings that best reflect the applicant, and will also accept MIDI realizations and scores alone. Upon acceptance, New Works Fellows will compose a new piece for performance during SICPP 2023.

  • Bio or artist’s statement
  • At least one, but up to three (3) works representative of the applicant
    • Works may be scored for any instrumentation or ensemble and may include electronics
    • Recordings of performances of submitted works are optional but strongly suggested when possible
  • Letter of recommendation

Electronics Workshop

  • Bio or artist’s statement
  • A specific proposal for a project/piece you would like to focus on throughout the week. Examples include fixed media compositions, live electronics with or without an instrument or voice, multimedia works, interactive online environments/installations, and telematic performances.
  • Work samples such as video, audio, scores, etc.
  • Letter of recommendation

Auditor Requirements

Any individual over the age of 18 is welcome to audit SICPP – no application is necessary. Registered auditors will have unlimited observer access to content in all programs, including concerts, open rehearsals, New Works colloquia and seminars, Electronic Workshop colloquia and seminars, masterclasses given by SICPP faculty and guest artists, lectures, Q&A panels, networking, and social events. Please note that auditors may not observe private lessons in any program or certain closed rehearsals.

To register as a SICPP 2023 auditor, send us an email at!


All SICPP students and faculty can be housed in UCCS apartments
$60 a night (with linens)

Single rooms in quad apartments in Alpine Village, a ten minute walk or short shuttle ride to the Ent Center for the Arts

There are also a select number of dual and single room apartments available for slightly higher cost

Meals in Roaring Fork Dining are around $10 flat fee – diverse menus, good quality food.

There are restaurants, shops, Trader Joe’s, Costco across the street from the Ent Center.

Campus Map; look to West Campus

ECFA – Ent Center for the Arts
ANT – Antero House
SHAV – Shavano House
CRES – Crestone House
RFDH – Roaring Fork Dinging Hall