Lee Tomboulian (born 8 January 1960) is an American jazz pianist.
He was born in New York City and studied Composition and Music Theater at the University of Arkansas. He left Arkansas in 1993 to attend the University of North Texas (Denton), being awarded a Master of Music in Jazz Studies in 1997. His compositions have been recorded by the Dallas-Fort Worth area band Circo. He has also worked with Mike Drake, Vicho Vicensio and Trey Gunter. He worked with singer Tony Hakim (guitar/vocals)for years at Strictly Tabu then moved to the Crescent Club in the Crescent Hotel complex.
"It's About Time!" Al Gibson Sextet, Copyright 1999 Al Gibson Music, Recorded at Melody Recording Studio - Fayetteville, AR, John Johnson engineer. (includes Tombuoulian compositions: "A Girl Like My Molly", "Rhoda Ribbon", "Memory Gardens" and others by Al Gibson and Jim Greeson) Reviewed by KJCain, Fayetteville, AR: "Mainstream Jazz here folks... not one boring note! Five Stars out of Five!"