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Fiona Kizzie Lee


MMus., King's College London
Master of Arts in Music Performance,
 Schola Cantorum Basiliensis
Specialised Master of Arts in Music Performance, Schola Cantorum Basiliensis
B.A. in Music (Hons.), CUHK
FRSM (Dist.), LRSM (Dist.), LTCL (Dist.) 
Based in Basel and Hong Kong, recorder and early keyboard player Fiona Kizzie Lee performs internationally as a soloist and co-directs award-winning ensembles. Her recent appearances at early music festivals include the London International Early Music Festival (2023, GB), Seviqc Brezice (2023, SI), Salzburger Festtage alter und neuer musik (2023, AT), Muzyka w raju (2023, PL), and Utrecht Early Music Festival Fringe (2023, NL). Her ensembles won first prize at the London Early Music Young Ensemble Competition (2022) and became finalists at the Musikfestspiele Potsdam Sanssouci in Germany (2023) and the International Young Artists Competition in York, England (2019).

Fiona is also a researcher and educator of early music and is frequently invited to teach and lecture at international events such as the Renaissancemusikwoche in Sondershausen (2022, DE) and the International Summer School of Early Music in Valtice (2023, CZ). She devotes herself particularly in organizing concerts and lectures in Hong Kong to raise the interest and awareness of the public in early music. Together with the ensemble L'Artiste, she spoke and perform at HKUST Center for the Arts as the Artist-in-residence, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, The University Museum and Art Gallery, Hong Kong Baptist University, The Education University of Hong Kong, etc. and also in Macau and Japan.

As a Jockey Club Music and Dance Scholarship recipient, Fiona studied at King's College London and attained Masters in Musicology (Distinction). She then studied for a second (2019) and third (2021) Masters in recorder and early keyboard performance with Corina Marti at Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, Switzerland. She is now a doctoral candidate in musicology at the University of Zurich, her project being funded by the UZH Candoc Grant and the Start-Up Grant of the UZH Graduate School.


I am honoured to be invited to judge the recorder classes of this competition.
Looking forward to the competition entries!
Deadline of application: 30 June 2024


Concerts Sep-Dec 2024 will be announced soon, stay tuned and have a lovely summer!



The whole concert on August 13, 2023 in the festival Muzyka w raju, 
with the medieval recorder ensemble FOWR (directed by Corina Marti),
is now available to watch online via the festival's official channel!

"Alors en danse" !
Salve Regina by Johannes Tourout (fl. 1460)

Performed by Irena Troupová, Veronika Vojířová,
Corina Marti and Fiona Kizzie Lee

Trailer for our upcoming CD, more details soon.
Recorded in Prague, June 2023 by Jakub Klimeš
Special thanks to Lenka Hlávková and Jan Ciglbauer


Jaap van Benthem (1937-2023)
Lenka Hlávková (1974-2023)

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