IT’S NEVER TOO LATE TO LEARN: UW SCHOOL OF MUSIC OFFERS COMMUNITY MUSIC LESSONS

Guests:  Tim Shaw, retired physician and budding violin student;  Paula Su, doctoral candidate and violin teacher;  Cayla Rosche, soprano and Community Music Lessons Coordinator

Have you ever wanted to learn to play the violin, viola, cello, guitar, flute, clarinet, bassoon, piano, saxophone, French horn, trumpet, trombone, percussion, or take singing lessons? The UW-Madison School of Music has been offering music lessons to the community in all of these instruments since 1968. Lessons are provided by undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in the School of Music who are overseen by faculty members and staff. Lessons are taught on campus. It’s another example of the Wisconsin Idea in practice.

To hear more about the UW SOM Community Music Lessons Program and the sounds of music that are created, tune into this programs to hear violin student, Tim Shaw, his violin teacher, Paula Su, and CML Coordinator, Cayla Rosche.

To investigate taking lessons, go to www.music.wisc.edu/cml.