Wisconsin Conservatory of Music
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Wisconsin’s Leading Music Program
The Wisconsin Conservatory is more than a community music school; it guides and inspires children and adults alike to find their voice, discover their desired instrument, and develop their music-making capabilities, whether you are just beginning or a seasoned professional. We aim to unlock every student’s potential by making music together in a collaborative environment, fostering creativity and providing a musical education to last a lifetime.
The Conservatory is completely welcoming & enriching. Since I started, the faculty & staff have helped me to feel like I’m part of the music culture.
0 months – 4 years
Our wide range of music classes for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers will help them to discover the joy of music making at an early age.
5 – 17 years
Kids & Teens
From piano to guitar to flute, the Conservatory offers a wide range of instrumental and vocal arts offerings for your grade school level child or teenager.
18 – Beyond
Music classes don’t always start at a young age. We are happy to partner with you to develop your skills at any phase in life. Explore our selection of classes catered to adults!
Quality Music Education To Build Future Generations
Our mission is to lay the foundation for greater accessibility to music education for every child – regardless of their musical abilities, geographic locations, or socioeconomic backgrounds. Our dedicated and welcoming community is eager to help you and your family discover the world of music whether it is in our facilities or in your community.
Music Education For The Community
Does your school, church, early childhood center, public library, senior center, or community organization have a need for quality music education programs in the Milwaukee area? The Wisconsin Conservatory of Music offers community programs to match your need!
Donate to the Instrument Repair Fund
Give Them Music
Since 2017, Milwaukee residents have donated hundreds of no longer played instruments from their closets, attics, and basements. These once-cherished, now-worn instruments require repairs before gaining new life in the hands of children. By making a gift to the WCM Instrument Repair Fund, you have the power to shape a musical journey.
Proceeds benefit the Conservatory
Chords & Curds Music Festival
The Chords & Curds Festival featuring Milwaukee-based musicians, local artisans and food trucks will take place on Saturday, Aug. 24 on the plaza at Fiserv Forum. Hosted and produced by Fiserv Forum and Deer District, the all-day event beginning at noon will include gospel, blues, funk and soul acts among other genres.
Free & Open to All Ages
Guitar Day 2019
You’re invited to celebrate with Guitar faculty members Jack Beyler, Carlos Serrano, Michael Standal, Tobias James, & Marija Temo at Guitar Day on Saturday August 24, from 11:00am – 2:00pm! Visit our McIntosh|Goodrich location for a full day of all things guitar, with live faculty performances, stations to explore different guitar styles with workshops and mini lessons, & much more.
New For All Students
Royal Conservatory Of Music Certificate Program
Private lesson students of all instruments and voice will now have the option to participate in the Royal Conservatory Certificate Program – the world’s most comprehensive system of music study and assessment. This comprehensive curriculum is considered a “gold standard” for music education, with over half a million participants from beginner to advanced levels.
Contact Student Services at (414) 276 – 5760 or ask your private lesson teacher to participate.