Marcus Lee is the Founder of Choral Moments and Artistic Director of the annual Treble Voices Festival that features top Singaporean and renowned international treble ensembles. He is also the Founder of Muziksea, an international publisher championing choral music by Southeast Asian composers and arrangers. He serves as a committee member on the Choral Directors Association of Singapore.
Marcus Lee is an advocate of quality choral education and experiences. He directs the largest number of treble choirs in Singapore and his choirs have garnered numerous local and international awards. Choirs under his charge have studied with world-renowned composers and conductors such as Arwin Tan, Colin Durrant, Denes Szabo, John Hooper, Anna Tabita, Johnathan Velasco, Jude B Roldan, Kentaro Sato, Maria Theresa Vizconde Roldan and shared the stage with numerous world class choirs such as Hail Mary the Queen Children’s Choir, Cantemus Children’s Choir, Malaysian Institute of Art Ladies Choir etc.
He holds a Diploma in Music Performance Associate of the Trinity College of London Singing with Distinction, Diploma of the London College of Music (Music Performance Conducting) and Associate of the London College of Music (Music Performance Conducting). He is pursuing his Masters in Music Education with emphasis in choral conducting at the Centro Escolar Conservatory of Music.