Dan Fee

Dan Fee taught music in Wisconsin for 34 years, the last 26 as an elementary music specialist in his hometown of Fond du Lac. He has presented movement sessions at the Wisconsin, Michigan, Alaska, Illinois, Minnesota, Wyoming, Kentucky and Iowa State Music Conferences. He has also presented sessions for summer workshops in Las Vegas, Nashville and Branson, MO with Artie Almeida and Denise Gagne. Additionally, Dan has led Orff chapter workshops in Greenville, NC, St Louis, MO and Detroit, MI. His book, Listening Fun! features rhythmically expressive movement routines to classical music using scarves and tennis balls. His second book, MORE Listening Fun, uses paper plates and parachutes in a similar fashion. Mr Fee has taught Elementary Music Methods for Classroom Teachers at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, Lakeland College and at Silver Lake College since 2001. He also taught music theory and applied voice as an adjunct instructor at Marian University and Lakeland College. Dan annually adjudicates solo and ensemble music festivals. He also sings with the South Shore Chorale and plays trumpet and is a vocal soloist with the Fond du Lac Symphonic Band. Dan has directed handbell and vocal choirs at various churches in Fond du Lac.