I strongly believe music has an exceptional place in the mind and spirit of each person (not just the talented) and that every person (not just the musically trained) can find a way to use music to encourage, include, comfort, and communicate. I work with Room 217 to empower this belief.
Lee is Professor Emeritus of Music and Health and Music Education and at the University of Toronto and Member of the Board and Chair of the Research and Education Committee for the Artists’ Health Alliance. He served as Faculty of Music Associate Dean of Research, and was the Founding Director of the Music and Health Research Collaboratory at University of Toronto. Lee is well known internationally for his research and design of music for brain effects with 24 albums on Solitudes and SonicAid.