Cícero Lee began his professional career in 1999. Since then he has been part of Lisbon's vibrant music scene, recording and performing alongside artists of various musical genres. The names Luís Represas, Júlio Resende, Victor Zamora, José Mário Branco, Sérgio Godinho, Carlos do Carmo, Pedro Madaleno, José Salgueiro, Salomão Soares, Ivan Lins, Elisa Rodrigues or Desidério Lázaro, Gene Garcia, José Salgueiro are just some of the many with whom he has shared music and stage and that have shaped him as an artist.
As a leader, he has recorded 4 albums: "Ventos" (2013), "Those Who Stay" (2015), "Na Casa Da Nuvem" (2020) and "Resilience" (2022).
Top Four Portuguese Records of 2015, in jazzlogical.net. (Reviewers poll)
“... the moment the four musicians started playing together it was as if an explosion of color took place” Rui Eduardo Paes, in jazz.pt, Portugal (concert review) “... an album with an incredibly engaging personality” in birdistheworm.com, USA “... a band that shows consistency and intensity ... an album that grows more and more on each audition” in jazzparadescargar, Buenos Aires, Argentina “... Cícero Lee, a great composer representative of Portuguese jazz” in actualjazz.blogspot.com, Uruguay “... some of the best performers and formations that I had the opportunity to listen lately” Juan Conde Tomilla, Director, Gibraleon International Jazz Festival, Spain “..
Willing to teach