A.J. Wulf

A. J. Wulf has served as Director of Choral Music at Liberty High School since 2014, where he teaches five choir classes and musical theater, music directs for the school’s active theater program, and coaches the marching band and clarinet choir. Previously he served as Director of Performing Arts at Weld Central High School in Keenesburg, CO. Wulf holds a Bachelor of Music Education degree (Summa Cum Laude) from the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley, CO and is a native of Casper, WY. While at Liberty, Mr. Wulf has achieved consistent ratings of Superior with Distinction at state festivals with his beginning and advanced choruses. Both his Jazz Choir and Chamber Singers were invited to perform at the Colorado Music Educators Association conference in 2017, the highest honor for a chorus in Colorado. Mr. Wulf has performed professionally with many ensembles, including the Glen Eyrie Madrigal Chorale, the Colorado Springs Chorale and Chamber Singers, and the Colorado Vocal Arts Ensemble. He is a passionate theater performer, music director, and scenic charge with school and community credits including The Music Man, Pirates of Penzance, Cats, A Little Night Music, Hello Dolly!, and dozens more from multiple states. Mr. Wulf is a commissioned painter and the winner of the 2010 Artcore New Music Composition Competition for his clarinet quartet Tone Colors. He resides in Castle Rock, CO. Thanks and much love to Maggie, Genice, Sean, Leslie, Steve, Holly, Alan, Karen, and especially Freddie.

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