wisconsin conservatory OF MUSIC CLASSES
Provide your child with the opportunity to grow through the music that they love!
To register for individual instruction or classes, please visit www.wcmusic.org or call 414-276-5760.
PRIVATE LESSONS (ALL AGES & SKILL LEVELS)
Develop musical skills in individualized lessons with exceptional Conservatory faculty for cello, guitar, piano, trumpet, viola, violin, Suzuki, and voice. First-time students must pay activity fee to the Conservatory.
BOUNCE & SWAY (4-11 MONTHS WITH CAREGIVER) • $149
FRIDAYS, FEBRUARY 16 – MAY 11 (NO CLASS APRIL 6) • 11:30AM – 12:05PM WITH ELISE PENNINGTON
Promote your baby’s physical and mental development in this unique musical experience. You and your child will learn songs, rhymes, finger plays, and lullabies that you can recreate at home together. Get an early start building the foundation for your child to enjoy a life-long love of music.
WIGGLE & SHAKE (1 YEAR WITH CAREGIVER) • $149
FRIDAYS, FEBRUARY 16 – MAY 11 (NO CLASS APRIL 6) • 9:45 – 10:20AM WITH ELISE PENNINGTON
Advance your child’s development with this age-appropriate, engaging course that will focus on vocalizing, rhythm, and responding to music through movement. Parents/caregivers participate to create a fun bonding experience with your child.
MARCH & TAP (2 YEARS WITH CAREGIVER) • $149
FRIDAYS, FEBRUARY 16 – MAY 11 (NO CLASS APRIL 6) • 9:00 – 9:35AM WITH ELISE PENNINGTON
Introduce your child to new musical concepts that will develop motor skills and an aural awareness through singing, rhythm, rhyming, finger plays, and creative movement. Participate in activities alongside your child and learn how to re-create the basic musical concepts explored in class.
FAMILIES (4 MONTHS – 5 YEARS WITH CAREGIVER) • $149
FRIDAYS, FEBRUARY 16 – MAY 11 (NO CLASS APRIL 6) • 10:30 – 11:20AM WITH ELISE PENNINGTON
Enhance your child’s mental and social skills in this group class that welcomes children 4 months to 5 years old. Groupings of this age range will help your child’s natural learning as younger children enjoy imitating older ones and older children learn by leading younger ones. Activities are specially designed to support a life-long love of music by promoting early exposure.