Faith Lee, age 13, is a singer songwriter from Sugar Land, TX. Faith has been performing as a singer since the age of five and she has accomplished much despite her young age.
At the age of seven, she was the youngest to perform in the Children’s Chorus of Houston Grand Opera’s The Little Prince. She has since performed in three other operas (Faust, La Boheme and El Niño). At age nine, despite being one of the youngest contestants, she was second runner up in the Sugar Land Jr. Super Star singing competition and at age ten was first runner up in the same competition. At age ten, she was the youngest finalist in the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo’s Rodeo Rockstar competition where she won second place. Faith also has led worship at Kingsland Baptist Church, The Unique Student Conference, The Sanctuary Fellowship, and First Baptist Church Heights. At age eleven, she sang the National Anthem at a Houston Astros game and she was selected to participate in the Country Music Hall of Fame’s Intermediate to Advanced songwriting camp in Nashville, Tennessee. She was a finalist in the Houston Celebration of Music Talent contest (https://celebrationofmusic.com/) and was featured in the national finals of Celebration of Music by singing “Never Enough” from the Greatest Showman and in a group performing “New York State of Mind” led by Ethan Bortnik. The Celebration of Music finals will be televised on PBS in 2020. Faith opened up for the Will Carter Band at the Firehouse Saloon and the Dosey Doe.
In addition to singing and acting, Faith has received training in ballet, guitar, piano, songwriting, and ukulele. She enjoys swimming, basketball, and traveling with her family. Faith’s long term desire is to be a professional recording artist.