Arnold Lee is an active choral conductor and clinician in the San Francisco Bay Area. He is well-known for his fun, upbeat approach to rehearsals while working with musicians across many music genres. He is also a committed volunteer for www.13for13.org. Previous music leadership positions in the San Francisco Bay Area include the Oakland Symphony Chorus, Festival Opera and Pacific Edge Voices.
Mr. Lee was also the Founder & Artistic Director of the Boston Chamber Ensemble (a professional chamber orchestra and chamber choir), Founder & Music Director of the Oberlin Bach Society, Assistant Conductor of the Oberlin College Choir, as well as the Founder & Music Director of The Oberlin Obertones collegiate men's a cappella group. He holds degrees from Oberlin College and Stanford University. He has been fortunate to study conducting with several prominent conductors, including Daniel Moe, Eiji Oue, and Larry Rachleff.