Sung Lee


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Sung Lee is a versatile musician, who plays period oboes, traverso, and recorders with many ensembles specializing in baroque and classical music. As the principal oboist of the Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra, Bach Collegium-Fort Wayne, and North Carolina Baroque Orchestra, Sung regularly performs with many ensembles throughout the country.

Sung holds undergraduate degrees in architecture and music therapy, and a master’s degree in historical oboe performance from Indiana University where he studied with his mentor and teacher, Washington McClain. Sung is a certified piano tuner, and for the past 12 years, has also worked as an administrator for Indiana University’s Historical Performance Institute.

While serving as president of the board of the Bloomington Early Music Festival, Sung led the organization in a collaboration with violinist Janelle Davis that brought together local visual artists, music students, and renowned early music specialists. The event, Be Brave, My Beauty, benefited a local women’s shelter.

Sung can be heard on the Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra’s recording, “All Hail the Sun King”, directed by Barthold Kuijken, and their upcoming release, “The Versailles Revolution.”