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Jayden Lee enjoys an exciting career as a budding orchestral flutist. A native of Arizona, USA, he recently completed his undergraduate degree in flute performance from McGill University in Montréal under the guidance of renowned Canadian flutist Joanna G’froerer. Since 2019, he has had the opportunity to play as a flutist and a piccoloist with multiple ensembles, serving as principal flute with the McGill Symphony Orchestra on numerous occasions. Most recently, he joined the newly founded Ensemble Obiora as principal flute and performed as guest principal flute with the Saguenay-Lac-St-Jean Symphony Orchestra. 

      

In addition to an advanced piano curriculum with the Yamaha School, as a young musician, Jayden performed both flute and piccolo with various orchestras including the Honor Orchestra of America, the Arizona All-State Orchestra, the Phoenix Youth Symphony, as well as the Youth Symphony of the Southwest. As a soloist, he performed Cecile Chaminade’s Concertino for Flute and Wind Band with the Desert Ridge High School Wind Ensemble and François Devienne’s 7th flute concerto with McGill’s Beethoven Orchestra. He has had the opportunity to work with several conductors including Alexis Hauser, Jean-Philippe Tremblay, Jean-Michel Malouf, Larry Livingston, Sey Ahn, and Jeffrey Meyer. Jayden is pursuing a Master’s degree in flute performance at the Schulich School of Music with full scholarship and stipend, continuing his studies with Joanna G’froerer.

PC:Tam Lan Truong/Ensemble Obiora

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