News and Updates
Arboretum Music School is now offering online and in person lessons. Click here for more information.
Registration for the Fall Semester is now open! Contact us now to get the time and teacher you want! Lessons are available for Piano, Voice, Guitar, Drums, Stings, and Wind Instruments. All new students receive a free trial lesson with no obligation. Check out the lesson page for more information about the lessons we offer.
Current Students! – Don’t forget about our referral program! If you refer someone to Arboretum Music School and they sign up for lessons you get a free lesson!
Arboretum Music School is organized on the foundation of excellence in professional music instruction. Since 2003, we have been of providing the Waunakee area with the top professional music teachers in Dane County. We strive to achieve musical excellence in a fun and supportive environment.
We are located in the Arboretum Business Park on the east side of Waunakee. We are minutes away from Madison, Middleton, De Forest, Windsor, Lodi, and Sun Prairie.
The Arboretum Music School offers private lessons for all ages and abilities in piano, voice, guitar, drums, wind and string instruments.
Contact us now to schedule a free trial lesson!
Arboretum Music School is looking for several qualified music teachers. Click here for more information.
Would you like a free lesson? If you refer someone to the music school you can get one free lesson! All you have to do is tell them to mention your name when they sign up. After they have signed up for lessons you will receive a free lesson on your next bill!
Calendar of Events
December 23, 2020 - January 2, 2021
- E-mail – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Call – 608-850-4345
Arboretum Music School is proud to announce that we have won the 2014 Best Small Business of Dane County Award. Thank you to all of our teachers, students, and parents for their support! Great article in In Business Magazine
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We have added a new page for parents that includes information on how to help your students be more successful in their lessons. It also includes practice tips, the benefits of music lessons, and important information about the school.