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Lori-Anne Dolloff

Associate Professor, Music Education

MusBac, BEd, MusM (Toronto), LTCL (Organ Performance,Trinity College, London), PhD (OISE/UT)

  Lori Dolloff teaches undergraduate courses in elementary methods, and choral conducting. At the graduate level she teaches courses in "reflective practice", narrative research methodology, and music in higher education. Prof. Dolloff has published on teacher identity in the British journal "Research in Music Education" and the Canadian Journal of Research in Music Education. Her monograph, Das Schulwerk provides an excellent philosophical discussion of the role of the Orff approach in the artistic development of children. She is also a contributing author to the text "We Will Sing!" An Associate of the International Association for Choral Music Education, Prof. Dolloff has taught course on conducting, score study and reflective practice across the United States and in Canada, and in Great Britain and Sweden. An emerging composer/arranger, she has many choral pieces published with Boosey & Hawkes, and is frequently sought out as a guest conductor for choral festivals and workshops.