a lifelong love of music.

Start your child on the path of lifelong music appreciation and achievement with one of the Wausau Conservatory of Music’s early childhood programs.

According to a five-year study at the University of Southern California, there are significant differences between children who learned to play instruments and those who did not. The research,published in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience in 2016, shows that music instruction speeds up the maturation of the auditory pathway in the brain and increases its efficiency. This led to accelerated language development and other positive learning effects. Read more here.

Brown University’s study concurs. The ongoing research shows that learning music helped increase abilities in processing and retrieving information, enhancing intellectual and emotional skills such as listening and motor skills, reading comprehension, math and spelling.

Most of all, an appreciation for music gives each of us a simple easy accessible method of relaxation, energy or mood enhancement that lasts a lifetime!

Musical Explorers

Structured as a music class for parents, caregivers, and children ages 2-3, Musical Explorers offers creative  children’s songs, and playful games with rhythm, movement and sounds.

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Music Together

Music Together® is an internationally recognized early childhood music program offering weekly 45 minute sessions of pure musical fun for you and your child. Accredited teacher Angela Sedrak, a voice instructor at WCM, introduces children to the pleasures of making music in a relaxed, playful, non-performance-oriented setting. CDs and songbooks are also provided for home use.

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Suzuki Method

The Suzuki Method is a highly effective, time proven music education approach that teaches children the language of music. Students begin by learning music by ear and gradually learn to read musical notation. Parents are highly involved in the Suzuki approach — they serve as encouraging role models who participate in learning and practice along side their child.

  • Violin
  • Cello
  • Piano
  • Guitar
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Young children who take music lessons show different brain development and improved memory over the course of a year, compared to children who do not receive musical training. (National Association for Music Education).

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