Choosing the violin at the age of 7, Lea Millar developed her violin skills by studying at various specialized music schools. After 14 years of violin studies, Mrs. Millar expanded her musical scope with the addition of vocal studies. Mrs. Millar holds Bachelor degree in Voice – Performance from Université de Montréal and a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education from UQAM. Inspired by her own teachers and passionate about her subject, Lea Millar is
looking forward to this year with great anticipation!
Originally from Toronto, Ontario, Susan Strunc studied piano and clarinet. She earned a Masters in Music Performance (clarinet) from McGill University, a Bachelor of Music from University of Toronto, and Bachelor of Education from the University of Ottawa. Ms. Strunc is a Concert Band Specialist and is very proud to be a member of the Lindsay Place High School’s Band program since 2006, enjoying the combination of excellence and innovation in musical education!
Initially a voice and guitar major at Vanier college, Paul expanded his interests to saxophone at McGill where he earned a Bachelor of Music. He continued his music education at Queens University in Kingston where he earned a Bachelor of Education and a Teaching Degree. Paul honed his craft in his position as Head of the Music Band Program at Queen of Angels Academy for 15 years and has been teaching music with the Lester B. Pearson School Board for the past 5 years. He is also known to many in the West Island from his several years as vocal arranger and performer in the Way off Broadway Cabaret. Paul is thrilled to be returning to be a part of the outstanding team of Music teachers and talented students at Lindsay Place.