David Lee has enjoyed a multi-faceted musical career as a singer, researcher, teacher and administrator. He read music as an undergraduate at Christ Church, Oxford, where he was a choral scholar and co-founded the Oxford Early Music Festival, graduating in 2011 with a first-class degree.
David recently completed a doctorate in historical musicology at the University of Glasgow. His thesis, supervised by John Butt, focused on the emergence of composition as a vocation in early modern Lutheran Germany. He has taught a wide range of undergraduate courses at the University of Glasgow, from history courses centred on Bach to historical compositional technique and analysis.
As a singer, David regularly performs with Dunedin Consort, as well as other leading ensembles across Europe including I Fagiolini, Vox Luminis, Ensemble Correspondances and Nederlandse Bachvereniging. He also features on numerous film and video game soundtracks with London Voices, including Jurassic World and the World of Warcraft series.
Tel 0131 357 6023 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org