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The Maine Music Society welcomes accompanist Morgan Lee as it begins its Golden Jubilee Season.

Lee has built a dynamic career as a soloist, collaborative pianist, and teacher. She recently graduated from the University of Connecticut with her Doctor of Musical Arts in piano performance, where she studied with Angelina Gadeliya. She also holds a Master of Music from Mannes School of Music and a Bachelor of Arts from Brown University. She has participated in various music festivals in the US and abroad and has performed recitals in New York City, Italy, Spain, France, and the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. She has nearly ten years of private teaching experience and has served as an adjunct faculty member at Eastern Connecticut State University, piano faculty at the Bronx Conservatory of Music, and a teaching fellow at Mannes School of Music and she currently serves as staff accompanist at the University of Southern Maine Osher School of Music, teaches piano at Stone Coast Music, and regularly performs as principal keyboardist with the Portland Symphony Orchestra.

The Maine Music Society Chorale is an auditioned, mixed-voice community chorus based in Lewiston-Auburn. Led by Maine Music Society Artistic Director Dr. Richard Nickerson, the 70-plus voice chorale has distinguished itself with an ever-evolving level of excellence and professionalism. Founded as the Androscoggin Chorale in 1972, the group’s diverse repertoire reflects its desire to advance the cultural heritage of Central Maine, to explore a broad range of musical genres — contemporary, musical theatre, classical, opera, oratorio — and to provide its members with opportunities to experience their love of singing.

The Maine Music Society is a non-profit music-performing organization supporting the MMS Chorale and the MMS Chamber Singers. For more information, visit

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