Angus Lee (b. 1992) is a Hongkong-based musician, recognised as a composer as well as an interpreter of new music, in his capacities as flautist and conductor. Since 2016, he has been a core member of the Hong Kong New Music Ensemble.
With full scholarship support from the Aedas Foundation and the Hong Kong Jockey Club Music & Dance Fund, Lee graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (2014) and the Royal Academy of Music (2016) with the highest honours. He has performed at, among others, Elbephilharmonie Hamburg, KKL Lucerne, Roulette New York, and Royal Festival Hall London, under some of the most renowned conductors of today, including Marin Alsop, Alan Gilbert, Susanna Mälkki, Sir Trevor Pinnock, Christian Thielemann. He has also performed as soloist in Pierre Boulez’s memorial concert in Lucerne in 2016, alongside the Lucerne Festival Alumni Orchestra under the direction of Matthias Pintscher.