After initially studying music at The BRIT School of Performing Arts and Technology, Lee went on to further his training at the University of Surrey.
Lee is currently the Resident Musical Director for Choir of Man at the Arts Theatre, West End.
Musical Director credits include: Grease (Royal Caribbean), Noise Boys (NCL), Hairspray (Royal Caribbean), Sleeping Beauty (Theatre Royal Stratford East), Cool Rider (Lyric/Duchess Theatre – West End), Ushers: The Front of House Musical (Charing Cross Theatre), Copacabana (UK Tour), Spelling Bee (UK Tour), Sleeping Beauty (Theatre Royal Stratford East), Legally Blonde (Pleasance Theatre), Lucky Stiff (Sadlers Wells), Last Five Years (Chiswick Playhouse), Jewish Legends (Upstairs at the Gatehouse), Moby Dick The Musical (Union Theatre), Miracle of 34th Street (UK Tour), Prom Queen (The Other Palace), CINDERELLA (White Rock Theatre). Lee was also the musical supervisor for Imagine This (Union Theatre).
Composer credits include; Proud (Turbine Theatre, “Proud is currently in development) Signposts and Diversions (Off-Broadway), Chat! (Edinburgh Fringe Festival), Bent (Landor/Tabard Theatre), and “The Music of Lee Freeman” Page to Stage Season, produced by Aria Entertainment,
In 2011 and 2013, Lee was a finalist in the Stile’s and Drewe Best Song Award competition that recognises an outstanding song from a new musical written by a member of Mercury Music Developments. He was also (with his writing partner) a finalist for the Stiles and Drewe Mentorship Award 2023.
Orchestration credits include; Cool Rider (Original Cast Recording and Live show), Moby Dick the Musical (Union Theatre), There Is More To Love (University of Oklahoma), Chat! the Internet musical (Edinburgh Fringe Festival) and West End Bares (London).
As an Orchestrator/Arranger, Lee works with Proud Cabaret on several of their shows which include; Duncan James All Stars, Denise Van Outen All Stars, West Side Cabaret and Flirty Dancing.
As a vocal coach Lee has previously worked for the BBC on Even Better Than The Real Thing. He has also provided coaching at a number of top vocational Musical Theatre colleges such as; Arts Educational, Bird College, Laine Theatre Arts and The Royal Central of Speech and Drama. In addition to his coaching, Lee also works as a private repertoire and singing coach with clients going into shows such as; Matilda, Les Miserables, Hairspray, La Bamba and many more.
Lee is also a trained Vocal Health First Aider.
Lee is a well established West End vocal coach based in London. He has had clients go on to work in shows such as Matilda, Hairspray, Les Miserables, Heathers and many more. He has worked at many vocational institutions such as Laines Theatre Arts, Sylvia Young Theatre School, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and London Studio Centre and has also been a vocal coach for the BBC. He is trained in the Estill Model (Level 1 & 2) and is a qualified Vocal Health First Aider. If you’d like to book a session please get in touch for more information on pricing and availability.