Head of the vocational school for music retires

Head of the vocational school for music retires

"A small era comes to an end!" these were the words used by district administrator klaus loffler to bid farewell to andreas wolf, the long-serving director of the vocational school for music, as he entered retirement. During the ceremony, loffler also emphasized the exemplary and constructive cooperation that wolf had cultivated with him as well as with the teaching staff and the student body. He went on to say: "i would like to thank you for your outstanding commitment over the past decades." words of thanks and congratulations were also conveyed by the district administrator on behalf of district president henry schramm. In addition to the district of kronach, the district of upper franconia is also a member and sponsor of the association.

Andreas wolf worked for the association of vocational schools for music and singing and music schools in upper franconia from 1982 onward. From the beginning he taught a wide variety of subjects in theory and practice. In an executive position, he served as assistant principal from 1989 and as principal from 2002. He also helped organize the regional "jugend musiziert" competition for the cities and counties of coburg, kronach and lichtenfels, as well as in overseeing the vhs music ring.

In his words of thanks, his successor burkhart schurmann emphasized that wolf had given the school a profile of its own. He had also conducted outstanding regional and national concerts. The congratulations and words of thanks were joined by the chairwoman of the staff council of the vocational school, birgit eichstadter, as well as christian neubauer from the personnel administration of the district office.

Looking back on the decades of his work, wolf spoke of an eventful time. But he also made it clear that he was very grateful for it.