The joy of music. Novices and professionals alike have considered us an invaluable music education resource for over 40 years. We are proud of our reputation for providing the highest quality instruction and innovative programming, meeting the changing needs and interests of music professionals, amateur musicians, and music enthusiasts.
Music programs include
Study music in the Madison area through noncredit classes and workshops. We offer many classes for beginning and intermediate players and singers. We also have several music appreication classes each semester.
Musicians, scholars, and enthusiasts from around the country gather for a week in July to enjoy, discuss, and perform music composed before 1750. There are classes, lectures, and performing opportunities for the novice to expert, and public concerts featuring world-renowned artists-in-residence, faculty, and students.
These intensive clinics provide hands-on experiences for those interested in learning to repair string instruments. Participants work on their own projects under the guidance of skilled specialists.
For over 40 years, professional musicians and music educators have come to the UW-Madison each summer to study with acclaimed artist/teachers. These programs offer unique artistic and educational opportunities for school music teachers, private teachers, performers, teacher educators, and conductors, as well as university students.
Clinics on Cassettes is a comprehensive set of instructional videos for use in the music classroom, the studio, or self-directed learning. Renowned artist/teachers share their expertise in strings, brass, woodwinds, percussion, keyboard, jazz, general music, and ensemble development. Most titles are available on VHS and DVD.
Enjoy the flexibility and convenience of studying at home on your own schedule. Receive detailed professional feedback through mail-in assignments.
Also of interest
An extensive music program including
choral, folk singing, instrumental lessons, music appreciation is held
every summer in the north woods of Rhinelander,
In two separate sessions (Junior High and High School), music students join together for a week of creative skill building through rehearsals in band, orchestra and choir, as well as a variety of classes.