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Cynthia Cozette Lee

Female | Composers

Dr. Cynthia Cozette Lee is an award winning ASCAP composer who has composed over 150 original compositions for voice, choral ensembles, orchestra and chamber music ensembles including 4 operas Adea, The Black Guitar, Partway To Freedom and Let Courage Be The Light.


Dr. Cynthia Cozette has had her compositions performed by the Flute Society of Greater Philadelphia, National Association of Negro Musicians, Women of Color Festival in New York City, and Mu Phi Epsilon conventions in Chicago and Cincinnati. She has a doctorate in Educational Leadership from Rowan University and is the first Black and woman to graduate from the University of Pennsylvania with a Master of Arts Degree in Music Composition. Her undergraduate degree is a BFA in Music Composition from Carnegie Mellon University


Dr. Lee's Nigerian Treasures composition for unaccompanied flute received a College Music Society award and international performance in Vancouver, British Columbia. Her work titled Colors for Women's Chorus and Percussion ensemble and The Martyr for baritone and orchestra were awarded composition prizes in the Mu Phi Epsilon National Composition Contests.



Cynthia Cozette Lee, Composer and Author



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