Lenard Whiting

 
Lenard Whiting
Lecturer
Music & Culture
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Biography: 

Lenard Whiting is native to Kenora. Upon completion of high school he continued his musical studies in Toronto at the Royal Conservatory, University of Toronto and with the Canadian Opera Company. Lenard has been performing in Operas, Operettas, Concerts and Oratorios since he was a teenager. Now in his fiftieth year he continues to perform in Europe, the United States and throughout Canada. His repertoir covers everything from Monteverdi to Mozart and Bach to Beethoven. In 2010, Lenard sang the title role in the world premiere of Andrew Ager's Frankenstein. In addition to Lenard's singing career he is organist and choir director at Trinity Presbyterian Church, Lecturer at the University of Toronto Scarborough in music teaching musicianship and conducting the Concert Choir. Lenard is also conductor of Ensemble TrypTych Chamber Choir which performs three major concerts each season in addition to community events.

Education: 

Dip. Op. Perf. (Toronto)

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