Ming-Lun Lee is currently
a visiting assistant professor of audio and music engineering at
the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University
of Rochester. He has received a PhD degree in historical musicology
and music theory from the University at Buffalo and master’s degrees
in musicology and electrical engineering from National Taiwan University.
He also studied choral conducting with Chia-Fen Weng and voice with
Chung-Kung Lin and Chi-Ling Hong. Lee has appeared as a guest conductor
with Chin-Yun Chorus and National Defense Medical Center Choir and
a baritone soloist with Chin-Yun Chorus, National Taiwan Normal
University Music Department Chorus, and University at Buffalo Choir.
He was selected to participate in several master classes held by
distinguished choral conductors, including Dirk DuHei, Gábor Hollerung,
Edward Maclary, Robert Page, Oimer Suitner, and William Weinert.
Lee is now music director of the Chinese Choral Society of Rochester
and vocal coach of the Taiwanese Choral Society of Rochester.