Wilder, Marguerite

Marguerite Wilder is widely recognized as a conductor and clinician, having conducted honor bands throughout the United States, Canada, England, Italy, Turkey, and Australia. Serving as a resource person for in-service sessions, she works with both local and regional school systems and universities. Her clinics on motivational techniques for beginning band are often featured at state and national conventions, including the Midwest Band and Orchestra Conference.

Mrs. Wilder was director of the Lovett Middle School Band, Woodward Academy Band and Recorder programs, and taught at Tapp Middle School for 11 years. While serving as middle school director, she assisted with both lower and upper school band programs in each school system. She is a contributing editor for Do It! Play Recorder and Do It! Play Clarinet, published by GIA Publications. She is also a contributing author for Teaching Music through Performance in Beginning Band  Vol. 1 & 2; Teaching Music through Performance in Middle School Band and Habits of a Successful Middle School Musician. (GIA)

Marguerite Wilder is a graduate of the University of Georgia and Georgia State University. Professional affiliations include MENC, GMEA, NBA, and Phi Beta Mu. Mrs. Wilder is a Yamaha Master Teacher.

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