Unique Opportunity for New Parents

Edgewood College is offering an Early Childhood Music Program, a research-based program designed to nurture children’s musical development. Two sessions are planned: one in English and one in Spanish.

This unique offering for the Greater Madison community is a component of Music Experiences for Early Childhood, an undergraduate class taught by Beatriz Aguilar.

The program is for children from birth through 3 years. Parents or guardians participate in the sessions with their children, who get a start on learning music through playing. There is a nominal cost associated with participation in the program.

For information contact regarding upcoming classes contact:
Beatriz Aguilar at 608-663-3442, or baguilar@edgewood.edu


ECO musician ECO musician detail from cover of Beatriz Aguilar's CD, De Tín Marín: Mi Canto, Mis Raices image from 2014 Boychoir Festival rehearsal


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Upcoming Performances

Sunday, april 12 @2:30pm

Enjoy an afternoon of jazz including works from Duke Elllington, Irving Berlin and Count Basie and help support the Luke House Community Meal Program!

Spend a Sunday afternoon with Mozart, Debussy & Stravinsky in the beautiful St. Joseph's Chapel on Edgewood College campus. April 19 @ 2:30 pm.

Percussion Professor's student a winner in BOLZ YOUNG ARTIST COMPETITION


final forte
From left to right: violinists David Cao and Bethany Moss, pianist Bobby Levinger, and marimba player Ephraim Sutherland.

Percussion professor Todd Hammes' student, marimba player Ephraim Sutherland, won first runner-up in the 2014 Bolz Young Artist Competition.

“Wisconsin Young Artists Compete: The Final Forte”

WI Public Television video interview

The show re-airs on Wisconsin Public Television—Saturday, March 29 at 2:00 p.m. and on Wisconsin Public Radio—Sunday, May 18 at 12:30 p.m.


Boychoir FestivalThe 4th annual Madison Boychoir Festival, was presented by Madison Youth Choirs in collaboration with Edgewood College and the Madison Metropolitan School District, has become one of the largest boychoir festivals in the country. Read more


New Degree Areas in Music Starting Fall 2014

For more information contact

Beatriz Aguilar, (608) 663-3442 or baguilar@edgewood.edu

Beatriz Aguilar's book, De Tín Marín: Mi canto, mis raices, is now available through Amazon.com in traditional music notation and in Kodály-style solfège notation.

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