Pianist Juhyun Lee, a native of Korea, is an Adjunct Instructor of Collaborative Piano at Colorado State University. She received her Master’s degree in Collaborative Piano from Longy School of Music. During her time in Massachusetts, she worked as a pianist for saxophone studios at the New England Conservatory, Boston University and Boston Conservatory. After she finished her master’s program, she worked as a staff pianist at Longy School of Music.
Ms. Lee has performed a large number of degree recitals, concerts and new music festivals, including a world premiere performance of Charles Strouse’s Sonata for Horn and Piano and Armand Qualliotine’s Duo for Piano and Alto Saxophone. She attended the professional program of SongFest 2016 in LA and the Bowdoin International Music Festival in Maine as a performance associate with full scholarship.
Ms. Lee continued her studies with Andrew Campbell at Arizona State University, where she is currently pursuing her doctoral degree in Collaborative Piano and Chamber Music. She was invited as a guest artist in MCC Summer Flute Project in Mesa, AZ and National Flute
Convention in Salt Lake City, UT during this summer, 2019 and performed faculty recitals with world famous flutists including April Clayton and Brian Gordon.