Kyung-A Lee

Kyung-A Lee

Our Director of Music

We are thrilled to have Kyung-A Lee as Trinity’s Director of Music.

Kyung-A strives to create an atmosphere of celebration and reverence to God through music at all services. Born in South Korea, her passion for classical music has allowed her to study and perform at internationally renowned schools such as Franz Schubert Institute in Austria, Mozarteum in Salzburg, Centre for Opera Studies in Italy, and she is a frequent participant at the Banff Centre for music.

Her curiosity and wide-ranging interests have taken her in many different directions, establishing versatile reputation. She attended the Faculty of Music at The King’s University where she received her Bachelor of Music Degree, as well as a diploma in Church Music and many individual awards of excellence. Kyung-A continued her studies at the University of Alberta and earned her Masters of Music Degree and began her Doctor of Musical Arts.

Over the years, Kyung-A has shared her many musical talents with The Edmonton First Presbyterian Church as well as playing for a number of chamber choirs in that area, including the Cantillon Primary Choir. She was also the vocal coach for the Edmonton Women’s Choir. Kyung-A was invited to join the Faculty of Music at the University of Alberta where she filled the position of Resident Artist and Teaching Assistant for a wide variety of vocal and instrumental classes for 2 years. Later she returned to The King’s University where she was an applied music professor, resident artist, directed studies professor and vocal coach for 3 years.

We are excited that Kyung-A finally returned to Huntsville and has made her home here. She is married to Parres Allen. Kyung-A has brought Trinity her in-depth knowledge of modern sacred music, as well as more traditional and classical music. Thanks so much Kyung-A!