Lisa Raposa is a performer and adjudicator living in Toronto. She began her musical training in Rhode Island at the age of seven and later studied with Arlene Kies, Estela Olevsky, Jean Barr and Nelita True. In 2010, Raposa earned a DMA from the Eastman School of Music.

Dr. Raposa recently adjudicated for the Ontario Musical Festivals Association provincial competitions and served as a repertoire advisor for the Alliance of Canadian New Music Projects. She founded Lorne Park Piano Lessons in January of 2017 where she teaches classical piano to students of the early through advanced RCM levels.

Raposa performs as a soloist and with soprano Zorana Sadiq. She also appears in recital with her husband Gregory Millar. The Millar Piano Duo has performed at Gallery 345, the former Musideum, in Walter Hall (University of Toronto), and has played several concerts on the Sunday Rendez-vous Series at Stewart Hall in Pointe-Claire, Quebec.