Catherine Lee, social sounds. Teal Creek Music 2305. 2013. CD.
Catherine Lee & Matt Hannafin, Five Shapes: Improvisations for Oboe d’amore and Percussion. Bandcamp. 2015. CD.
Golden Retriever, Rotations. Thrill Jockey. 2017. CD.
Doug Theriault, Compositions “The echo of the mind” and “Mr. Taylor”. Bandcamp, 2014. CD.
Lisa Marsh, Along the Road “Songs for Love and Life”. 2014. CD.
John Gruntfest and Megan Bierman, The Raven Big Band Buddha Mind Ensemble. Live at the Improvisation Summit of Portland. 2012. CD.
Selected Research Outputs
2018 “Musicians as Movers: Applying the Feldenkrais Method to Music Education.” In Music Educators Journal, 104 (4): 15–19.
2016 With Tomie Hahn, George Blake, Louise Campbell, et al. “Banding Encounters-Embodied Practices in Improvisation.” In Negotiated Moments: Improvisation, Sound and Subjectivity, ed. Gillian Siddall and Ellen Waterman.
Book Chapter: 2015 “Reeds: Play within Shared Authority”. In Interdisziplinare Studien zur Musik, ed. Taina Riikonen and Marjanna Virtanen, 157–172.
2010 “The Language of the Oboe Virtuoso in the Late Eighteenth Century: Part III. Johann Christian Fischer and Conclusion.” The Double Reed, 33 (3): 105–113.
2009 “The Language of the Oboe Virtuoso in the Late Eighteenth Century: Part II. August LeBrun.” The Double Reed, 32 (4): 73–84.
2009 “The Language of the Oboe Virtuoso in the Late Eighteenth Century: Part I. Introduction and Carlo Besozzi.” The Double Reed, 32 (3): 67–75.
2016 “Virtuosos, Sounds and Shapes” Journal of the International Alliance for Women in Music, 22 (2): 18–20.
2013 “Chapter Three/ Interview with Catherine Lee” (e-book) Unfinished, ed. Alyssa Reed-Stuewe. Creative Music Guild @ Smashwords.
Conference presentation, “Perspectives on Recording Rafales (2007) by Jérôme Blais.” Performance in the Studio, online conference convened by the AHRC-funded Research Network on Performance in the Studio (UK), 29 April–5 May 2013
Conference presentation, “Reflections on Art and Life.” Guelph Jazz Festival Colloquium, University of Guelph (Guelph, Ontario), 5–7 September 2012.
Conference presentation, “REEDS: play within shared authority.” The Embodiment of Authority Conference: Perspectives on Performances, Sibelius Academy (Helsinki, Finland), 10–12 September 2010.
Lecture/recital, “Dialogues with/in Emily Doolittle’s Social Sounds” Ecomusics & Ecomusicologies 2014: Dialogues, University of North Carolina Asheville (Asheville, North Carolina), 2–6 October 2014
Lecture/recital, “The Role of Improvisation in the Development of the Voice of the Performer in Rafales by Jérôme Blais.” Guelph Jazz Festival Colloquium, University of Guelph (Guelph, Ontario), 8–10 September 2010
Lecture/recital, “Works for Oboe and English horn by Pacific Northwest Composers.” College Music Society, Pacific Northwest Regional Conference, Seattle Pacific University (Seattle, WA), 9–10 April 2010
Lecture/recital, “Voices in Conversation: An Oboist’s Exploration of the Oboe Works of J. C. Fischer (1733–1800).” Performer’s Voice: An International Forum for Music Performance and Scholarship, Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music (Singapore), 29 October–2 November 2009
Invited Speaker, “ An Introduction to Body Mapping.” Flute Fair, George Fox University (Newberg, OR), 21 January 2017
Invited Speaker, “Body Mapping for Oboists.” Andover Educators’ International Conference, Portland State University (Portland, OR), 18–20 June 2015
Invited Speaker, “Thoughts on the oboe works of Emily Doolittle.” Lecture-Demonstration for Gender and Music class at University of Oregon (Eugene, OR), 7 May 2014.
Invited Speaker, “Composition Through Improvisation.” Panel discussion with John Niekrasz, Linda Austin, Reed Wallsmith, Rich Halley and Daniel Flessas, Improvisation Summit of Portland (Portland, OR), 31 May–1 June 2013.
Invited Speaker, “Introduction to Body Mapping.” Lecture-Demonstration for Woodwind Convocation at Washington State University (Pullman, WA), 9 March 2010.
Performance, Catherine Lee + Matt Hannafin Duo. “Improvisation.” Andover Educator International Conference, Portland State University (Portland, OR), 18–21 June 2015.
Performance, Thea Musgrave “Impromptu No. 1.” 2015 International Congress: Women in Music Connect the World. IAWM 20th Anniversary Congress, 13–19 April 2015.
Performance, Emily Doolittle “Social Sounds from Whales at Night.” College Music Society: 26th Pacific Northwest Regional Conference, Bellevue College (Bellevue, WA), 22–23 March 2013.
Performance, Tawnie Olson “Plainsong (2004). Andover Educators International Conference, Montclair State University (Montclair, NJ) June 19–21, 2011.