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Robert Lee

Robert Lee is an adjunct lecturer at Holy Names University where he teaches musicianship and choir (School of Arts and Sciences), assists in the Master of Music program (School of Education) tutoring musicianship and accompanying masters students, and teaches adult musicianship extension courses (Preparatory Music Department). Robert is the coordinator for the Kodály Chamber Singers, which he has been a part of since 2011.

Robert’s work focuses on music education and performance, and he has worked for leaders in choral music education including the San Francisco Boys Chorus, Cantare Con Vivo and Piedmont East Bay Children’s Choirs as a teacher, conductor, collaborative pianist and program manager. Robert holds a Master of Music degree in Music Education with Kodály Emphasis from Holy Names University and a Bachelor of Music degree in Music Performance with distinction from the University of Calgary. He is proud to be part of a thriving community committed to providing excellence in music education.

Robert is an active member of the Northern California Association of Kodály Educators (NCAKE), and is a member of the Organization of American Kodály Educators (OAKE) and the International Kodály Society (IKS). Robert is one of the coordinators for the Children’s Choral Festival, which provides invaluable education and performing opportunities to Bay Area choirs.