Korean Cellist Christine J. Lee strives to bring poetical and magical experiences to the audience through music. She regards herself as a “in-progress” musician and a passionate music lover. Recent engagements range from solo recitals in NYC, masterclasses at Kronberg Academy (Frankfurt) and IMS Prussia Cove (Cornwall), as well as collaborative contemporary premieres with Eighth Blackbird and Juilliard’s AXIOM.
Ms.Lee has appeared with the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra, Koreans Broadcasting Symphony, and the Calgary Symphony as well as recital appearances in Seoul, Philadelphia and New York. In the 2015-16 season, Ms.Lee will make her European recital debut at Musée du Louvre.
Ms.Lee’s enjoyment for chamber music has led to festival appearances with [email protected] (CA), Seiji Ozawa Academy (Rolle), Music from Angelfire (NM), Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts (NY), as well as collaborations with Roberto Diaz, Pamela Frank, Gary Graffman, Frans Helmerson, Nobuko Imai, Ida Kavafian, Kim Kashkashian, and the members of Orion Quartet and the Guarneri Quartet.
She performed on concerts presented by The New School: Schneider Concerts, Curtis 20/21 Ensemble, as well as appearances at Columbia University’s Miller Theater, Alice Tully Hall, Kimmel Center’s Perelman Theater, Library of Congress, Théâtre des Champs-Élysées, and Victoria Hall. Her performances have been featured on WQXR’s McGraw-Hill Financial Young Artists, WHYY “On Stage at Curtis”, and American Public Media’s “Performance Today.” Ms.Lee studied with Orlando Cole, Peter Wiley, and Carter Brey at the Curtis Institute of Music with a Bachelor of Music and with Joel Krosnick at The Juilliard School.
I teach beginner students to advanced students! Sharing my passion for music is a privilege and a joy.
I love working on a project together with my student, sometimes even playing togethe! Everyone's journey of discovery to music is different and it gives me joy to find the path that works the best for the each individual.
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I like to listen to their needs as well as observe their playing and discuss long term and short term goals as they work with me.
I graduated from the Curtis Institute of Music and Juilliard School and have been teaching privately for the past five years.
1 hour - $70
My previous cello teacher used to send her younger students to me.
beginner students to advanced students!
see if you enjoy working with the person (initial chemistry) and admire their playing.
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