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Wilfrid Laurier University Faculty of  Music
August 20, 2017
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From left to right A.Burns, L.Gambell, N.Storring, N.Kazemazdeh, O.Szester
From left to right A.Burns, L.Gambell, N.Storring, N.Kazemazdeh, O.Szester


Faculty of Music

Life after Laurier: Faculty of Music Alumni Return to Campus

Nov 25/13

Please join the Faculty of Music on Thursday, November 28th, 2013 between 2:30-4:00 pm as we present Life after Laurier, a panel discussion with Faculty of Music alumni in the Maureen Forrester Recital Hall.

Five alumni will discuss their developing and diverse careers in music and explain how their Laurier education influenced their career paths. 

Panellists include:

  • Angela Burns (BMus ’07, OpDip ’09) is currently working as a vocal instructor, Junior Ensemble Music Director and Assistant Producer with The Singer’s Theatre in Waterloo and teaching Yoga for Singers
  • Linda Gambell (MMus ’09) is a practicing Music Therapist at The Sound Factory in Waterloo, Ontario as well as a part-time music therapy instructor at Wilfrid Laurier University.
  • Nick Storring (BMus ’06) is a Toronto based composer, cellist, improviser, and journalist with a wide palette of interests. Nick was the 2011 recipient of the Canadian Music Centre’s Toronto Emerging Composer award.
  • Niki Kazemazdeh (BMus ’07) is an elementary school teacher at Millen Woods Public School in Waterloo, Ontario and has been working with Laurier's Centre for Music in the Community on a research project.
  • Olaf Szester (BMus ’06) is a percussionist and composer based out of Toronto, Ontario and member of the Thin Edge New Music Collective.

This panel is being presented as part of the MU100 course.

All WLU Faculty of Music faculty, staff, students and alumni are invited to attend.

For more information contact: