Lisa Rogers Lee enjoys a varied career as a chamber singer, oratorio soloist and recitalist. She is known for her ability to move between multiple musical styles. She appeared with opera companies in the Midwest in the roles of Rosalinda in Die Fledermaus, Pamina in The Magic Flute, Lucy in The Beggar’s Opera Susanna in The Marriage of Figaro, and Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady.  She is in demand as a singer of early music, having sung and soloed with The St. Ignatius Octet, New York City, Mon Choeur, Indianapolis, The Bach Babes, Milwaukee, The Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, Walla Walla Baroque, The Seattle Choral Company, The Seattle Symphony, The Northwest Chamber Chorus, The Pacific Northwest Ballet and The William Ferris Chorale.  

Ms. Lee holds a Bachelor of Music from The University of Michigan and Le Diplôme Supérieur from The Paris Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Eastern Michigan University. She is known as an educator and mentor of young singers. She served on the faculty of The University of Notre Dame’s music preparatory program and Indiana University’s South Bend Music Academy.  Ms. Lee was the soprano vocal coach and soloist with The Seattle Choral Company. Currently, she is a staff singer at St. James Cathedral in Chicago, sings with The William Ferris Chorale and Aestas Consort and maintains a private studio called Voice for the Whole Singer.