Dan Wolfgram is the Principal of Little Wolf Jr./Sr. High School in Manawa. Prior to this, he was the Director of Choral Activities at Waupaca High School, Waupaca Wisconsin, where he conducted four of the six choirs offered: Concert Choir, Mixed Chorus, Die Meistersingers, Vocal Jazz Ensemble, and the Director of the Annual Musical. He received his Bachelor of Music Education from the U.W. Eau Claire in 1989 and completed his master’s degree in Educational Administration from Marian College in 2004. Previous teaching experience included teaching at Wisconsin Dells High School for two years.
In addition to Mr. Wolfgram’s school administrative responsibilities, he is also the Co-Chairman of the Waupaca Fine Arts Festival, and principal conductor of the Waupaca Community Chorus and Civic Orchestra. Mr. Wolfgram’s singing experience includes the Monteverdi Master Chorale of Stevens Point, the White Heron Chorale of Appleton, and Mastersingers USA. He is an active adjudicator for the Wisconsin School Music Association (WSMA) and is a frequent guest conductor at area camps and festivals. Mr. Wolfgram also served as the Director of the Masonic Show Choir of Wisconsin for two years. He also serves on the WSMA Board of Directors for District 6. Mr. Wolfgram has been a member of the Waupaca Community Choir since 1991 and has been the principal conductor since 2008.
To contact Mr. Wolfgram, please use the Contact Form and select Waupaca Community Choir.
The Waupaca Community Theatre has been presenting outstanding productions for nearly 40 years! Talented casts, full pit orchestras, a beautiful hall ... learn about our current season, past shows, and how you can play a part.
The Waupaca Community Children's Theatre is an opportunity for young actors and actresses to be "onstage" for such musical shows as Shrek, Mulan, Seussical, and Alice in Wonderland.
The Waupaca Community Choir is a non-auditioned choir which welcomes singers of all ages and abilities. The choir has a 56-year tradition of presenting master choral works with orchestra to the greater Waupaca Community. The typical season begins rehearsals in January with a culminating performance in late March to early April.
The 2019 Waupaca Art Show will be held in April and will be the 56th annual event. It will feature art and artists from across the region and will be at a beautiful new location, the Danes Hall.