Lulu Mwangi Mupfumbu currently serves as the Director of Music at Takoma Academy in MD, where she conducts the
award winning Camerata, Chorale, Concert Band, and teaches Music Technology. She holds a Master of Music in Conducting
from The Ohio State University, where she studied under the tutelage and mentorship of Dr. Hilary Apfeldstadt, Dr. Robert
Ward, Dr. Raymond Wise, Dr. Lloyd Mallory, and others. She also holds a Bachelor of Music Education from Atlantic Union
College, and has studied abroad at the University of Eastern Africa in Kenya, where she later returned to serve as a lecturer in
music education, conducting, performance courses, and private lessons. Outside the classroom Mrs. Mupfumbu has been an invited guest conductor and clinician for festival choirs and choral workshops in Ohio, Illinois, Maine, Massachusetts, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, Nebraska, Texas, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, and South Korea.
As a mezzo-soprano, she performs as a soloist as well as with several choirs including the Lloyd Mallory Singers, the Raymond Wise Chorale, and the American Family Choir. She has a strong passion for combining music ministry with excellence in music education at all levels. It is her desire that young musicians will gain a deep love for the art, use it to serve humanity, and to enhance their spiritual lives. She is married to Tanyaradzwa Mupfumbu, and they have two beautiful children- Nakai and Itai. Together they enjoy spending time with family, in nature, hosting dinners and game nights, and traveling.