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DCCM New Member Dues

Welcome!  And thanks for joining the DC Chamber Musicians!

For the FY23-24 season, DCCM dues are $30.00 per subscription year.  Membership grants you access to our chamber musician directory (coach directory coming soon), as well as eligibility for all the opportunities and services described in the DCCM Member Guide.

You can enter your credit card payment information further below toward the end immediately above the "Review you Contribution" button.  DCCOS does NOT collect credit card information.  Your financial information is confidential between you and our payment processor (Stripe) only.

While we have your attention... Your annual dues cover only a small portion of DCCM's annual operating expenses.  We are heavily subsidized by a very generous grant from the Nadia Sophie Seiler Memorial Fund, which will end NLT June 30, 2024.  Even with activity fees, we aren't recovering costs.  Voluntary optional donations are greatly appreciated and will help us progress toward self-sustaining operations. You may select one of the predefined donation levels, enter your own value, or pay just member dues. All donations of $50 or more will be recognized in our concert program donor tables for the next 12 months. Thank you for your support! 
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1 = beginner; 2 = fair; 3 = average; 4 = advanced; 5 = pro. You may enter a single decimal place to further qualify your skill level, e.g.: 3.6 would mean somewhere between intermediate and advanced; 4.5 would indicate very advanced.
Classical Musicians of Metro DC (CM-MDC) does not accept musicians at the beginner levels. As a general rule, DC Chamber Musicians (DCCM) does not accept musicians below the intermediate level (3). If you are applying for membership in DCCM and rate yourself below this, please contact the Executive Director of DCCOS at to discuss your membership request. Please do not rate yourself a pro (5) unless somewhere during the course of your musical career, you earned a significant portion of your income as a paid, professional PERFORMING musician.