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The Laurier Singers perform in Stratford at event benefiting the Kiwanis Festival of the Performing Arts.
(News - Apr 22)
Metro Youth Opera Artistic Director Kate Applin (BMus '10) invites you to Hansel & Gretel
(News - Apr 22)
Laurier becomes long-term home for National Youth Orchestra of Canada’s Summer Training Institute Laurier becomes long-term home for National Youth Orchestra of Canada’s Summer Training Institute
(News Release - Apr 21)
Symphony, guests were dynamic (featuring faculty member Guy Few)
(News - Apr 08)
Dynamic Duo (including faculty member Guy Few) join Okanagan Symphony
(News - Apr 08)
Langham show takes new look at The Odyssey with composer and Laurier alumna Ivana Jokic (BMus '11)
(News - Apr 08)
Duo (including faculty member Guy Few) brings expertise to music workshop Duo (including faculty member Guy Few) brings expertise to music workshop
(News - Mar 26)
American University of Sharjah partners with Wilfrid Laurier University for a musical night
(News - Mar 26)
Register now for Masterpieces in Chamber Music (Laurier Association for Lifetime Learning) Register now for Masterpieces in Chamber Music (Laurier Association for Lifetime Learning)
(Headline - Mar 24)
March for Music Therapy (Sunday March 30th, 2014)
(News - Mar 24)
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Heidi Ahonen, Music Therapy Heidi Ahonen is a music therapy professor and the director of the Manfred and Penny Conrad Institute for Music Therapy Research. She is currently researching the clinical use of music psychotherapy interventions such as clinical improvisation, guided imagination and music, and low frequency sounds. In her research, Ahonen hopes to prove the effectiveness of music therapy with various types of clients.

Heidi Ahonen
Professor,
Music Therapy