Professional Bio

  • D.M.A., Cello Performance, University of Colorado
  • M.M., Cello Performance, Temple University
Dr. Charles Lee teaches applied cello and directs the Chamber String Ensemble at Regis University. Lee received his Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Colorado, Boulder, his Masters in Music from Temple University, and his Bachelor of Arts in Composition from the Eastman School of Music. His teachers include Judith Glyde, Jeffrey Solow and David Ying. He is currently the principal cellist of the Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra and performs frequently with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra, Colorado Ballet, and the Central City Opera, in addition to numerous chamber music and recital performances.

Creative & Professional Work

PERFORMANCE AND RECORDING EXPERIENCE (EARLY, CLASSICAL & CONTEMPORARY MUSIC)


PERFORMANCE AND RECORDING EXPERIENCE (POPULAR) AS ARTIST, SONGWRITER, PRODUCER


PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS HELD


MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS



Research & Scholarship

I. PRESENTATIONS, PAPERS, CONFERENCE ACTIVITY


II. PUBLISHED WORK


A. Journal Articles, Book Chapters, Interviews, Reports, Obituaries

      B. Book Reviews


      C. Music Reviews



     D. Music Editions, Historical Notes


III. AWARDS & RECOGNITIONS

IV. MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS



Community Service & Involvement