LEE Shu Sing 李樹昇
Music Director 音樂總監
LEE Shu Sing
LEE Shu Sing conducts Walters's Instant Concert
(HKSW in Kerkrade, Holland 2013)
Graduated from the St. Bonaventure College & High School, Lee Shu Sing began his first wind instrument lesson at the age of 11 with Mr. Alfonso Wong. At 16, Lee had already been appointed as Assistant Bandmaster of two secondary schools. He was then appointed as tutor of the Sai Kung Children Choir Percussion Ensemble. His commitment to nurturing future generations of musicians in Hong Kong has begun ever since.
Lee took part in several Hong Kong Music Office bands as First Clarinetist. He was also a member of the Hong Kong Children's Symphony Orchestra and the Pan Asia Symphony Orchestra. Studied at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, Lee has always been enthusiastic about music, devoting himself to music education, the promotion of band music and the pursuit of new heights of musical excellence in the wind band industry.
In 1987, Lee joined The Hong Kong Symphonic Winds as Principle Clarinetist. He is currently Music Director and Conductor of the HKSW, and is actively involved in wind band education and conducting. Lee has conducted more than 300 concerts in his music career, a considerable number of performances as Conductor in the wind band industry.
With his dedication to the local music development in Hong Kong, Lee has long been endeavoring to achieve his ambition of promoting music with diversified approaches, participating in music educational programmes presented by the District Council and the Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK), and writing music column in the Economic Daily News. His overall contribution in arts and cultural promotion in Hong Kong, besides music making, is apparent by various means, creative writing in short stories, fiction, column, screenplay, to name a few.