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Lee Willingham, Music As a specialist in music education and choral studies, Lee Willingham is helping Laurier music students become tomorrow’s great music leaders by actively working on ways to take music out of the university and into local schools. Through the Centre for the Advancement of Music in the Community, Willingham collaborates with regional music teachers and students, and plans are underway for more partnerships between Laurier’s Faculty of Music and the community.

Lee Willingham
Associate Professor, Director of the WLU Choir,
Music