The Richard and Nancy Wolf Resource Center was founded in 2005 when the Wisconsin Center for Music Education officially opened. Family, friends, colleagues and many others named this unique space in honor of Dick and Nan, recognizing their significant contributions to music education in Wisconsin.
Mission and Resources Available
The mission for the Richard and Nancy Wolf Resource Center is to serve music education and the members of the organizations within the Wisconsin Center for Music Education by acquiring, organizing and preserving a comprehensive collection of musical information and providing access to that information through personal interaction and information technology, to the fullest extent of our abilities and resources.
Teachers and students are welcome to peruse the over 8,000 titles in the Linda A. Petersen Festival Music Library or the six other named score libraries, view or listen to recordings of previous Wisconsin State Honors concerts or simply explore the resources and publications available at the center.
Linda A. Petersen Festival Music Library
James Sewrey Percussion Library
Jack Schutz Jazz Library
Marvin J. Rabin Orchestra Library
Michael E. Leckrone Band Library
Morris D. Hayes Choral Library
Ralph J. Houghton Honor Library