Why Study Music at the Conservatory?
The most important thing to consider when you study music is the selection of the right teacher and mentor, and the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music is the place to find artist teachers who are uniquely qualified as both instructors and performers. In a community music school setting, the feeling of isolation is replaced through contact with other people who play a variety of instruments and musical styles. Opening the doors to the special world of music is enhanced by a library full of musical materials. Rich collections of recorded music, books and scores are available to all students for study and enjoyment. And performances are integral to our life at the Conservatory. Students not only play at studio recitals, but are also able to hear their teachers and other faculty members in concert free of charge. Another benefit of studying at a community music school is access to tuition assistance. Our annual scholarship auditions honor talent and achievement, while financial aid is available to qualifying students.
The Conservatory of Music seeks to provide a continuum of learning for our students. The pathway begins with Early Childhood music, and continues through Discoveries classes, Classes for Kids and then on to individual instruction, chamber groups, ensembles, and camps. The beauty of music is that you can begin the journey at any time. The pathway has numerous entry points for all ages.
Whether you are a parent looking to introduce your child to music or an adult wanting to realize your dream of playing your favorite instrument, the Conservatory will be able to provide a rich and fulfilling experience for you to create a lifetime of enjoyment.
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