We are currently closed to the public, and are no longer able to accept orders for shipping or in-store pickup until our state "Stay At Home" order is lifted. Please click here for more details.

A Message From HMT On Public Health Concerns

Updated March 30, 2020

Dear HMT friends, fans and family:

Due to the executive order from Maryland's governor, House of Musical Traditions will be closed to the public, until further notice.

If you need to contact us regarding a repair in progress or waiting to be picked up, or any other immediate concerns, please email us and we will respond as soon as possible. Due to the "stay at home" order issued 3/30/20, we are no longer able to ship orders or offer contactless outside-the-store pickups. We are currently discussing our capabilities to do limited local delivery. Please be patient and we will post updates.

We invite you to stay tuned to our Facebook Page for the most current announcements and offers.

Workshops & Group Classes:
We have postponed all in-person group classes through the end of April 2020 (reschedule dates TBD). But we have a number of online group classes on the schedule to keep you busy! Click here to see what's offered. We will remain extremely flexible with credits and/or refunds on previously scheduled workshops, to facilitate the best outcomes for both students and instructors. If you have any concerns regarding an event, don't hesitate to reach out to our Workshop Coordinator Kristen, or our School of Musical Traditions director Amanda.


This is an extraordinarily challenging time for everyone involved in the arts & entertainment industry. Artists, venues, support staff and teachers are dealing with significant amounts of lost income due to cancelled events. If you have the means, you can still support artists and organizations by seeking them out online and purchasing CDs and other merchandise, making a general donation, or even just interacting with them and sharing their material on social media (this goes a long way!). Some artists are also doing online performances on various platforms, which you can tune into and make a donation.

The musical community is resilient and supportive, and we know we will make it through this challenge. Thanks for reading, thanks for your support. Stay tuned for further announcements and don't hesitate to reach out with any questions or concerns. Let us know how HMT can help YOU!

In Health & Harmony,

David E. Eisner and the HMT Staff