Conductor Sun Min Lee is the Robert Cutler Endowed Professor of Practice in Choral Arts at Lehigh University, where she is the associate director of Lehigh Choral Arts and the director of the women’s choir Dolce since 2011. Under her direction, Dolce has performed in several concert venues in the Bethlehem area as well as in tours to Hawaii and Italy; with Lehigh Choral Arts, she performed Beethoven’s Mass is C in 2014. Ms. Lee also teaches aural skills for both beginners and advanced musicians, and is the overseer of the voice program at Lehigh. Prior to joining Lehigh, Ms. Lee was on the conducting faculty at Westminster Choir College in Princeton, New Jersey and Hobart and William Smith Colleges in Geneva, New York. She has appeared as a guest conductor for all-state high school festival choirs and honors choirs, and is constantly in demand as a clinician for conducting workshops. Her collaborations with renowned conductors include performances with Anton Armstrong, Stephen Paulus, Dale Warland, Andrew Megill, Kathy Saltzman Romey, John Russell and Lorin Maazel (with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra). She has directed various community choruses and church choirs, including, most recently, the Masterwork Camerata of New Jersey. Lee earned a Bachelor of Church Music at the Presbyterian College and Theological Seminary in South Korea and an advanced diploma from the Zoltán Kodály Pedagogical Institute of Music in Kecskemét, Hungary. She received a Masters degree from Westminster Choir College, and has done graduate work at the Eastman School of Music. Her past teachers have included Chang Hoon Park, Peter Erdei, Joseph Flummerfelt, Andrew Megill, and William Weinert.
Sun Min Lee