Daniel Fee, Music Education
M.M.E., B.M.; Music Education; retired from the Fond du Lac Schools where he was an elementary general music specialist since 1985. He currently teaches Music Theory for the General Student and Music Methods for Elementary Educators at UW Oshkosh. Mr. Fee also teaches applied voice, music methods and courses in World Music and American Music at Marian University in Fond du Lac, and applied voice and music methods at Lakeland College in Sheboygan. Two days per week, Dan gives voice lessons to students at Fond du Lac High School.
Mr. Fee was a co-founder and former director of the Fond du Lac Area Children's Chorale, and for ten years he directed the Children's Choir for the annual Fond du Lac Summer Sing-a-Long festival. He has served as choir and handbell director in several churches in Fond du Lac, he sings and solos with the South Shore Chorale and plays trumpet with the Fond du Lac Symphonic Band. He has adjudicated Wisconsin school music festivals since 1981.
Mr. Fee regularly serves as a clinician and guest presenter. He has presented twice at the Wisconsin State Music Conference (2010 and 2013). He also presented sessions at state music conferences in Iowa, Michigan, Illinois and Minnesota. He is scheduled to present sessions at the Alaska Music Conference in 2016! Mr. Fee has presented workshops in Greenville, SC, Branson, MO, Detroit, MI, St Louis, MO, Nashville, TN and Las Vegas, NV. His workshops feature effective use of recorded music, movement, and instruments with children’s literature, including a movement session using Carnival of the Animals and a folk dance session called Culture Rock! His resource book, Listening Fun with Scarves and Tennis Balls, was published in 2010. His second resource book, MORE Listening Fun with Parachutes and Paper Plates, was published in 2014. Dan’s three grown children live or attend college in nearby states.