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Raymond C. Wifler

Music Professor

University-of-Wisconsin-Center---Fond-du-Lac

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Background Information

Employment History

Chair of the Music Department

Marian College


Affiliations

Fond du Lac Concert Association

Advisory Board Member


Fond du Lac Symphonic Band Ltd

Founder and President


Wisconsin Bandmasters Association

Member


Education

BS

music education

UW-Oshkosh


Ph.D.

music education

Michigan State University


Web References(32 Total References)


South Shore Chorale Home

www.southshorechorale.org [cached]

The South Shore Chorale began rehearsals in the fall of 1971 under the direction of Dr. Ray Wifler, music professor at the University of Wisconsin Center - Fond du Lac for a performance of Handel's Messiah.
Dr. Ray Wifler (1971-1972)


Band Membership » Fond du Lac Symphonic Band

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Persons interested in joining the band should contact Music Director Ray Wifler, preferably just prior to the start of the spring or fall rehearsal seasons.


Band History » Fond du Lac Symphonic Band

fdlsymphonicband.org [cached]

At that juncture, Richard Francis, who had been serving as President and Manager of the Band for several years, approached a young music professor by the name of Ray Wifler about taking over the group.
Called by some the "communiversity" approach, Wifler was among the first in Wisconsin to apply these ideas to an established group in need of a transfusion; as it turned out, he was the right man in the right place at the right time to get the job done. In January, 1974, Wifler sent a letter to his music teaching colleagues, former students, and musician friends and acquaintances throughout the area, inviting them to become part of his new undertaking: the Fond du Lac Community Band. With his credentials among fellow musicians already well-established, the response still went far beyond his expectations, as over seventy musicians turned out to begin rehearsing at the UW Center music room. The Buttermilk Festival, a series of four or five concerts by guest artists from around the state, was originally undertaken as a "side" project by the Band's director and manager, Ray Wifler and Mary Arthur. With a consistent membership of 65 to 75 musicians during the school year and no home for this large band's concerts except the heavily-scheduled theater at Goodrich High School, Wifler came up with two innovations that have grown into local institutions. In 1985 Dr. Wifler left the Center to develop an instrumental music program at Marian College and the Band moved with him, establishing an "in residence" status which continues to the present time, to the mutual benefit of both entities.


Band Updates » Fond du Lac Symphonic Band

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The Disciples of Dixieland is a retirement years project of two area musicians - Ray Wifler of Fond du Lac and Ben Reehl of Mayville, who put together their first Dixieland band while music students at UW-Oshkosh in the 1950's.
The group includes Reehl on trombone and vibes, Wifler on clarinet, Dave Sullivan from Sheboygan on banjo and guitar, Larry Busch from Lancaster on trumpet, Tom Los from Oak Creek on tuba and Jim Scalf from Milwaukee on drums. The concert will be conducted by Music Director Ray Wifler, Assistant Conductor Jill Wagner and Guest Conductor Brian Lydeen.


Fond du Lac Symphonic Band -

fdlsymphonicband.org [cached]

The Disciples of Dixieland is a retirement years project of two area musicians - Ray Wifler of Fond du Lac and Ben Reehl of Mayville, who put together their first Dixieland band while music students at UW-Oshkosh in the 1950's.
The group includes Reehl on trombone and vibes, Wifler on clarinet, Dave Sullivan from Sheboygan on banjo and guitar, Larry Busch from Lancaster on trumpet, Tom Los from Oak Creek on tuba and Jim Scalf from Milwaukee on drums. The concert will be conducted by Music Director Ray Wifler, Assistant Conductor Jill Wagner and Guest Conductor Brian Lydeen.


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