|Date of birth||8 November 1970|
Composer Mei-Ling Lee (b. 1970) received her Ph.D. degree in Composition with supporting area in Intermedia Music Technology from the University of Oregon. Her work has been performed internationally and throughout the United States, including the Rencontres Musiques Nouvelles Festival (France), Ashland New Music Festival (Oregon), SEAMUS International Conference, SCI Annual Conference, New Music Festival at WIU (Illinois), IAWM Congress Conference, CEMJKO International Conference (Brazil), the International Computer Music Conference (New Orleans), Alfred Loeffler New Music Symposium (California), Pixilerations (Rhode Island), and International Electroacoustic Music Festival (Cecilia) . Awards include First Award at the 3rd International Competition of DTKV, Germany, and commissions for the Composers Symposium of the 2004 and 2005 Oregon Bach Festivals. At the University of Oregon she studied under Dr. Jeffrey Stolet, Dr. Robert Kyr, and Dr. David Crumb.
Mei-Ling Lee works with the raw frequency materials to produce aural structures within reformed compositional frameworks, blending diegetic with reconstituted sounds for tape and performance.