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In the Center What’s Happening…


The Wisconsin Center for Music Education continues to attract visitors from across the state to take advantage of the materials, space and features of the building. There are several organizations that call the center home for regular board or committee meetings:


Wisconsin Choral Directors Association American Federation of Musicians Local 166 Wisconsin High School Forensics Association Association of Wisconsin Symphonies and Orchestras New Teacher Center


Waunakee Creative Economy Steering Committee Wisconsin Music Teachers Association


The center is also utilized more by school districts for in-service, professional development, field trips and research. These school districts have recently taken advantage of the center:


Riverside Middle School, Inservice


Middleton Cross Plains School District, Curriculum Planning


Madison School District, World Drumming Professional Development Workshops


McFarland School District Band Staff, Solo & Ensemble Research


Iowa-Grant High School Guitar Class, Field Trip


Interested in utilizing the center? Contact Mary Elsner at melsner@wsmamusic.org, or 1-800-589-9762.


Executive Director Michael George greets Marvin Rabin (left) at the Wisconsin Center for Music Education, where an orchestral library is named in Rabin’s honor. Rabin is also the most recent recipient of the foundation's Lifetime Achievement Award.


WSMA Field Representatives Sharon Munson and Linda Meier work together at the center on scheduling adjudicators for upcoming district festivals.


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January 2012


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