Lee Galloway has had a love for music ever since he
demanded piano lessons
from his parents at the age of 9. He studied music at San Diego
graduating with Honors in 1977 with a BA. Multiple majors were Music,
and Psychology. He studied piano performance with Dr. Arthur Lambert
Steven Gordon. He
has performed in both solo and chamber music settings, has a repertoire
which includes jazz, contemporary and original music, and can be
heard on several music CDs.
Some of his noteworthy contributions have included: Featured Guest
Artist for NBC television, musical advisor for a CBS television
series, performances at numerous Music Conferences throughout the
country, a lecture/recital presentation of Ragtime music sponsored
by Borders to celebrate the millennium, a lecture/recital presentation
of the piano music of George Gershwin, a presentation called “Creativity
in Music,” lead piano at the live televised 1988 Radio City
Music Hall production of the Superbowl Half-Time show featuring
the New York City Rockettes and a performance at the "Insights
'96" Symposium featuring Jimmy Carter and Mikhail Gorbachev.
Based in San Diego, California, he currently specializes in performing
for engagements in the Southern California area.
He has composed numerous teaching pieces in various
styles. His piano solo arrangement of Pachelbel's Canon in D hit
the "top of the charts" on mp3.com in 1999 and has stayed
in the Classical "Top 40" ever since. His sheet music,
“Canon Fantasy” is a perennial seller, as is his CD,
"Soothing the Soul," featuring original and classical
Mr. Galloway maintains a studio in San Diego, adjudicates for music
competitions, and has been a clinician at major music conferences
such as the World Piano Pedagogy Conference and the Music Teachers’
National Association Annual Conference. He also coaches individuals
and businesses, having been trained by the Coaches Training Institute.
He works with individuals and businesses on marketing, business
development, goal setting and life balance. He is listed in Who’s
Who in Entertainment and Who’s Who in the West
and is the Past State President of the independent Music Teachers’
Association of California.