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2021 Young Conductors' Residency Fellow

Murray Lefebvre

Murray Lefebvre is a graduating student of the Bachelor of Music program at Queen’s University. Over the last four years, he has studied clarinet under Dr. Kornel Wolak and Gordon Craig and has studied conducting with Dan Tremblay and Darrell Christie.

Murray is the musical director of the Queen’s University Concert Orchestra (QUCO) and of the Kingston Military Wives Choir. He is also the assistant musical director of theatre writer Leslie Arden's Lancashire Lass workshop at the Dan School of Drama and Music in Kingston. Murray has shown his affinity for musical leadership as a teaching assistant, an ensemble manager, and an executive member for the Queen’s University Student Music Educators’ Association. Murray has also taken part in various musical theatre productions, in the Queen’s Clarinet Choir Orchestra, and in the Wind Ensemble in which he was co-concertmaster for the 2019-2020 school year.

Murray is an ardent advocate for music education and hopes to demonstrate this passion as a high school music teacher. He looks forward to facilitating learning and music-making, and to create music alongside his students. Murray is confident that, with the continued support of his friends, family, and amazing professors, this aspiration will soon become a reality.

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