Lee finds new colours and sounds in every performance
Fewer than two years after his first steps at St Peter’s Church in Harrogate, Lee was appointed Organ Scholar at Hertford College in the University of Oxford, where
he spent five happy years, giving recitals in both the Town Hall and the Sheldonian Theatre, as well as in almost all of the college chapels.
After two years as Director of Music at Christ Church, Southgate in London, Lee was awarded the Organ Scholarship at York Minster, a position he held for two years. During his time there he was honoured to work alongside Philip Moore and John Scott Whiteley, not least as one of the organists at the Installation of John Sentamu as Archbishop of York, that was broadcast live across the world. Lee's time in York gave him a chance to formalise his organ studies, taking lessons in Edinburgh and London, studying with, amongst others; Anne Marsden Thomas, Ludger Lohman, and Jos van der Kooy.