Lee Northcutt, Administrative Consultant
Lee Northcutt graduated cum laude from Pfeiffer College where he earned a B. A. in Church Music and a minor in Business Administration.
Mr. Northcutt also received a Master of Music degree from Yale University.
Currently, Mr. Northcutt is president of Brodt Music Company, Inc., an international supplier of sheet music.
He is also the Director of Music of the First Presbyterian Church of Monroe, NC.
In addition, has has served as president on many arts boards and organizations in Charlotte, NC including Carolinas Concert Association, Charlotte East Rotary and the Oratorio Singers of Charlotte.
Mr. Northcutt served on the Charlotte Symphony Music Director Search Committee and is chair for the NC Blumenthal Performing Arts Center Organ Committee.
He is a past board member for Choristers Guild, a national service organization with an emphasis on children's choirs.
solo organ recitals and church choir tours have taken him across the United States as well as many appearances in England and Europe; including recitals at the St. Thomas Church
in New York City, Washington's National Cathedral
, London's famed Westminster Abbey and St. Paul's Cathedral, and the Cathedral of Notre Dame
in Paris, France.
He has served as guest conductor for the Union Symphony Orchestra and has also served as its Chorus Master.
Mr. Northcutt served as accompanist for the Allegro Foundation's visit to sing at the White House in Washington, DC in December 2005.
In 1996, Mr. Northcutt
was chosen by Chorus America to travel to Salt Lake City, UT and conduct the world-famous Mormon Tabernacle Choir in one of their Sunday television and radio broadcasts of Music and the Spoken Word.
and wife Dr. Kristin Northcutt reside in Charlotte, NC and are the proud parents of twin boys Paul and Tim.