Los Angeles born tenor Benjamin Lee received his Bachelor’s in vocal arts from the University of Southern California under Gary Glaze, as well as his Master’s and Artist Diploma in voice at the University of Cincinnati – Conservatory College of Music under Tom Baresel. Benjamin began his professional career at Cincinnati Opera in their production of “Frida” and “Song of the Uproar,” as well singing Don Ramiro from “La Cenerentola” at Queen City Opera. After his time in Cincinnati, Benjamin joined Theater Magdeburg’s ensemble in Magdeburg, Germany, where he sang roles such as Paris in “La belle Hélène,” Ernesto in “Don Pasquale,” Fenton in “Falstaff,” Pedrillo in “Die Entführung aus dem Serail,” and many more. In ’21/’22, Benjamin debuted at the Musik Theater im Revier in Gelsenkirchen, Germany as Rodrigo in Rossini’s “Otello.” Benjamin made his musical debut in the summer of ’22 in three roles in Seefestspiele Mörbisch’s production of “The King and I” in Austria as the King, Lun Tha, as well as Kralahome. His upcoming engagements include Fenton in Brandenburger Theater’s production of “Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor,” Pong in Theater Magdeburg’s production of “Turandot,” as well as a reprisal of the role of Paris in “La Belle Hélène” at the jOpera festival in Schloss Tabor, Austria in the summer of ’23.