Hailed a "Miracle" by GRAMOPHONE, Trey Lee's Carnegie Hall concerto debut received a rousing standing ovation, with the NEW YORK TIMES declaring him "the excellent cellist… with enveloping richness and lyrical sensitivity."
A co-founder and Artistic Director of Musicus Society, he also established two groundbreaking festivals, the Hong Kong International Chamber Music Festival and the Musicus Fest. In 2012, he was appointed ambassador of UNICEF HK.
Trey, Yuri Bashmet, and Grammy-winning Moscow Soloists Together Onstage this November and December in Hong Kong City Hall and Shanghai Oriental Arts Centre18. Nov 2014
In the opening concert of the Musicus Fest 2014, Trey performs with legendary Russian violist and conductor Yuri Bashmet and the Grammy Award-winning Moscow Soloists.
Trey Lee & Munich Chamber Orchestra - Haydn Cello Concerto in C Major (3)
Third Movement - Allegro Molto; conducted by Alexander Liebreich
Trey Lee & Munich Chamber Orchestra - Haydn Cello Concerto in C Major (1)
First Movement - Moderato; conducted by Alexander Liebreich
Lorin Maazel ,
"The Haydn Cello Concerto...had a marvelous protagonist in Trey Lee, a superb cellist. When I heard the 'bravos' extended to him, I thought they were well-earned indeed."
Trey Lee & Avanti! Chamber Orchestra -- Lintinen Cello Concerto
World premiere performance at the Beijing National Center for Performing Arts, conducted by Dmitri Slobodeniouk
"Playing with the orchestra's refined accompaniment, Lee fully expressed his well-known elegant and musical style. The second movement's melodic singing style was particularly outstanding, and the third movement's Allegro Molto was taken at a brisk tempo--the rhythm was sharp and focused, while the orchestra was flawlessly matched with the soloist."
Trey Lee & Munich Chamber Orchestra - Haydn Cello Concerto in C Major (2)
Second Movement - Adagio; conducted by Alexander Liebreich
"The multiple international prize winner Trey Lee finessed all the intricate nuances of [Haydn Cello Concerto] superbly, and the spectacular precision of his left hand held the entire concert hall's audience in rapt attention."