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April 16, 2014
 
 
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Symphony, guests were dynamic (featuring faculty member Guy Few)
(News - Apr 08)
Dynamic Duo (including faculty member Guy Few) join Okanagan Symphony
(News - Apr 08)
Langham show takes new look at The Odyssey with composer and Laurier alumna Ivana Jokic (BMus '11)
(News - Apr 08)
Duo (including faculty member Guy Few) brings expertise to music workshop Duo (including faculty member Guy Few) brings expertise to music workshop
(News - Mar 26)
American University of Sharjah partners with Wilfrid Laurier University for a musical night
(News - Mar 26)
Register now for Masterpieces in Chamber Music (Laurier Association for Lifetime Learning) Register now for Masterpieces in Chamber Music (Laurier Association for Lifetime Learning)
(Headline - Mar 24)
March for Music Therapy (Sunday March 30th, 2014)
(News - Mar 24)
Alberta High River Gift of Music Society: Ontario duet a gift in season finale Alberta High River Gift of Music Society: Ontario duet a gift in season finale
(News - Mar 24)
British Columbia Pender Harbour Music Society presents dynamic duo with faculty member Guy Few
(News - Mar 24)
Register Now: Intensive Studies in Voice Performance 2014
(News - Mar 17)
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Lee Willingham, Faculty of 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 Laurier's Centre for Music in the Community, Willingham collaborates with regional music teachers and students.

Lee Willingham
Associate Professor,
Faculty of Music