Welcome to the Lawrence Academy of Music!

Founded in 1874, the Academy of Music is a nonprofit division of Lawrence University that seeks to provide outstanding musical opportunities for individuals of all ages in Northeast Wisconsin. Click here for more information on each of our music programs, including private lessons, classes, ensembles, and other musical opportunities.

If you would like to be added to our mailing list or are interested in private lessons, please click the button below to fill out an interest form.

Interest Form


Announcements

Click the buttons below to read through our announcements. You can also click here to view our calendar of upcoming events.

Register for an Academy Program

Come play with us! Registration is open for the following Academy programs. Click on the program names for more information.

 

Community Spotlights

Our community spotlights have been updated! Our Teacher Spotlight features our newest Academy teacher Keira Jett (voice), our Alum Spotlight features Emily Albrecht (former student of Anna Reiser and Carol Jegen), and our Student Spotlight features Harry B. (piano student of Anna Reiser). Learn more about your fellow Academy musicians on our Community page.
 

Report an Absence

  • Ensemble
    • To report an absence from an ensemble (ASTRO, Symphonic Band, Wind Ensemble, Girl Choir), please click here to fill out the Ensemble Absence Form.
       
  • Private Lesson
    • To report an absence from a private lesson, please communicate directly with your instructor. Contact information is provided in the front of your Academy student notebook.

Address

Walk-in

100 West Water Street
Appleton, WI 54911

Mailing

711 E. Boldt Way
Appleton, WI 54911

Hours

Office

Monday-Thursday8:305:00 p.m.
Friday8:303:00 p.m.

Building

Monday-Friday8:308:30 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday as needed

Phone Number

Information

920-832-6632

Billing

920-993-6278

Email

acad_music@lawrence.edu

Please add us to your email contact list to ensure delivery of Academy messages.

The Academy of Music graphic: two sixteenth notes connected with a tie, stylized to look like a smiley face.