CLWYD South Labour MP Martyn Jones has reacted angrily to plans by Lib Demled Wrexham County Borough Council to cut funding of the music service for local schools.
The council plan could mean passing the cost of music tuition for young people on to parents.
Commenting on the council's plan, Mr Jones said: 'We have a long and proud tradition of musical excellence in the Wrexham area.
'How on earth do the Lib Dem alliance leaders of Wrexham County Borough Council think that this level of excellence was achieved in the past? It was achieved by many years of local government investment in musical talent from an early age.
'The council now seem intent on destroying the very fabric of our long and successful cultural tradition.
'The Lib Dem alliance is demonstrating a wilful disregard for young people's talents. I believe if they press ahead with this stingy policy, it will come back to haunt them. This plan has to be reconsidered - and soon.'
He added: 'With the International Eisteddfod in Llangollen, the council's plans to cut the music service have been brought into sharp focus.
'Many young musicians from Wrexham County Borough entertain visitors from across the world each year at Llangollen - and the Lib Dem-led council are attempting to cut investment in musical futures. This ludicrous plan should be reviewed immediately.'