Lee Fraser is a British composer working in the field of electroacoustic music. He has a PhD in electroacoustic composition from the University of Manchester, which was supervised by David Berezan and funded by the AHRC. Prior to this, he studied composition wth Frank Denyer at Dartington College of Arts and Denis Smalley at City University London. His recent work is characterised by its concern with synthesised sound objects and complex auditory experiences, drawing from his interest in digital synthesis, psychoacoustics and acousmatic theory.
In addition to his fixed media work, Lee regularly performs in a live capacity, both solo and in collaboration with other artists. His music has been presented in concerts, festivals and radio broadcasts internationally and he has received numerous awards, acknowledgments and commissions. Many of his compositions have been published by Entr’acte (2014) and Ge-stell (2018).