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Fiona Kizzie Lee


B.A. in Music (Hons.), CUHK; MMus., King's College London;
MPAM (Medieval Music) & SPAM (Renaissance Music), 
Schola Cantorum Basiliensis.
FRSM (Dist.); LRSM (Dist.); LTCL (Dist.) 
Specialising in Medieval and Renaissance Music, Recorder and Keyboard Player Fiona Kizzie Lee performs as a soloist and co-directs many early music ensembles in Basel and Hong Kong.
Fiona Kizzie Lee was born in Hong Kong in 1994. Having graduated with first class honours at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (Music, undergraduate), she first pursued a Masters in Musiocology (Distinction) in London under the support of the Jockey Club Music and Dance Fund 2016/17 and then decided to move to Basel to further her studies specifically in early music performance, earning a Master’s degree in Performance of Medieval Music (Distinction, 2019) and a Specialised master’s degree in Renaissance Music (Distinction, 2021) in the class of Corina Marti.
Fiona Kizzie Lee performs internationally as a soloist and as an ensemble performer. She co-directs Ensemble Pampinea (with Maruša Brezavšček), 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.
As a researcher she is now reading a Doctorate in Musicology at the University of Zürich. Her project is on 15th-century German Organ tablatures, funded by the UZH Candoc Grant and the Start-Up Grant from the Graduate school of UZH.


November 11th, 2022
Ensemble Pampinea (Fiona Kizzie Lee, Maruša Brezavšček and Vojtěch Jakl) won the first prize of the Early Music Young Ensemble Competition of the London International Festival of Early Music (LIFEM)

Winner's concert will be in November 2023, in Blackheath during next year's festival (LIFEM). Details will be announced later.

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December 8th, 2022
Duo PortaLauta is performing for the elderly audience at Dominikushaus Riehen (CH) on December 8th, 2022 at 15pm [open to all]. The programme "The 15th-century Playlist" features the most-copied and transmitted music of the time performed on appropriate period instrument combinations, especially on an Organetto-Lute duo combination. 

[Organised by BB – Bregy & Buschle
zum Projekt «Musiksalon»]
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