Jung Moo Lee is the founder and music director of the Dallas Asian Wind Ensemble. He is the first native Korean conductor, who earned graduate degree in Wind conducting. He was an assistant conductor of Meadows Wind Ensemble and 7:00 UNT Tuba/ Euphonium Ensemble. Also, he has been a church choir director for more than twenty years in South Korea and USA. Mr. Lee is a one of busiest tuba instructors, who maintains a studio of over 85 students from Prosper ISD and Coppell ISD.
Mr. Lee has performed with Daegu Symphony Orchestra, Dallas Civic Wind Ensemble, Dallas Pops, North Texas Wind Symphony, North Texas Symphony Orchestra, and Meadows Wind Ensemble. He was 3rd place winner of Pusan MBC Music Competition and finalist of UNT Concerto Competition. He also played as a tuba player with large and small ensembles at international music conferences and festivals, such as PASIC, ITEC, TMEA, WASBE, and Crested Butte Music Festival. Currently, he is a very active performer as a tuba player of the Center Stage Brass. Mr. Lee has been an adjudicator for International Tuba Euphonium Association VTEC 2021, TMEA All-Region Audition, and many others.
Mr. Lee has achieved a BM in Tuba Performance from Kei-Myung University in South Korea, a MM in Instrumental Conducting from Southern Methodist University and a MM and a DMA (ABD) in Tuba Performance (Minor: band conducting) from the University of North Texas.