Errol Lee — Singer / Songwriter
Errol Lee is a multi-award winning singer-songwriter and hugely youth conscious advocate. He grew up in very difficult and challenging circumstances; however, he has used those experiences as lessons in how to live a life of character. Errol Lee's unique performance style seamlessly weaves singing and dancing into a comprehensive educational experience that transcends the ‘cool barrier’.
His ability to captivate and inspire audiences of all ages has made him an asset to the educational community.
He is the recipient of the following awards and accolades: Barrie Arts Award for Contribution to the Community, York Region Character through the Arts Award, BBPA (Black Business Professional Association) Harry Jerome Excellence in the Arts Award, YMCA Peace Medallion, MACCA (Markham African Caribbean Canadian Association) for Outstanding Contribution and Service to our Community in Honor of Black History, Special recognition award from the OPP for his work with at-risk youth.
His song We Care is featured on The City of Vaughan website to promote their Peace Tree Festival for children and families to celebrate peace and diversity together. This song was also used for a televised PSA for Project CODE so children everywhere through education can reach their full potential. Errol Lee’s songs Better Place, The Golden Rule and Reaching Out to You were scored by Sistema Toronto and he performed them during a fundraising event. This aided in their mission to provide free ensemble-based music lessons to students and their program expansion into Toronto District School Board’s Yorkwoods PS. His song I'm Somebody continues to confirm audiences that each life is uniquely and inherently valuable.
Errol Lee believes it is cool to care!
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