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Fiona Kizzie Lee
MMus., King's College London;
Master of Arts in Music Performance (Medieval Music),, Schola Cantorum Basiliensis;
Specialised Master of Arts in Music Performance (Renaissance Music), Schola Cantorum Basiliensis;
B.A. in Music (Hons.), CUHK;
FRSM (Dist.); LRSM (Dist.); LTCL (Dist.)
Specialising in Medieval and Renaissance Music, Recorder and Keyboard Player Fiona Kizzie Lee performs internationally as a soloist and co-directs award-winning ensembles in Basel and Hong Kong.
Lee co-directs Ensemble Pampinea, which won the first prize of the London Early Music Young Ensemble Competition in November 2022. She also co-directs Ensemble .q.p.i.t. and Ensemble La Fiamma, which were selected as finalist and semi-finalist in the International Young Artists Competition in York, England (2019) and the Internationaal Van Wassenaer Concours in Utrecht, Netherlands (2019) respectively.
Aside from performances, Lee is a researcher and educator in early music, frequently invited to teach and speak in events internationally, such as the Renaissancemusikwoche in Sondershausen (Germany, 2022) and the International Summer School of Early Music in Valtice (Czech Republic, 2023). Lee devoted herself in organizing numerous concerts, talks, lectures and classes in Hong Kong in the past ten years to raise the interest and awareness of the public in early music. Together with L'Artiste, she spoke and perform at HKUST Center for the Arts (Artist-in-residence 2017/18), The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong University Museum and Art Gallery, Hong Kong City University, The Education University of Hong Kong etc. and also in Macau (2018) and Japan (2015).
Lee was a Jockey Club Music and Dance Fund scholar in 2016-2017, which supported her studies of a first Masters in Musiocology (Distinction) at King's College London. She then decided to move to Basel specifically for early music performance, earning a second Master’s degree in Performance of Medieval Music (Distinction, 2019) and a third Specialised master’s degree in Renaissance Music (Distinction, 2021) in the class of Corina Marti at Schola Cantorum Basiliensis.
Lee is now reading a Doctorate in Musicology at the University of Zürich. Her project is funded by the UZH Candoc Grant and the Start-Up Grant from the Graduate school of UZH.
October 27, 28, 29th, 2023
27 October 2023 20:00 Kirche St. Franz Xaver, Münchenstein (BL)
28 October 2023 19:00 Ev. Kirche Grenzach, Grenzach-Wyhlen (DE)
29 October 2023 17:00 Peterskapelle, Luzern
Programme: Trostlose Fortuna
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November 8th, 2023
19:00 St Michael & All Angels Church, Blackheath, UK
in the 50th Anniversary of the London International Festival of Early Music
Programme: Fortuna, will you spare us?
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November 19th, 2023
17:00 Kirche Aeugst am Albis, Switzerland
Duo Concert with Hojin Kwon
Die Zukunft der Vergangenheit
More details coming soon.
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