JeongHyoun (Christine) Lee
Korea, °1991
A graduate of the Curtis Institute of Music and of the Juilliard School, Jeonghyoun (Christine) Lee was taught by Peter Wiley, Carter Brey and Joel Krosnick. She is currently studying at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel under Gary Hoffman and Jeroen Reuling. She was a finalist in the Grand Prix Emanuel Feuermann and won First Prize at the Liszt-Garrison Festival and Competition and Second Prize at the Luis Sigall International Competition. She has appeared with the Orchestre Royal de Chambre de Wallonie, the Houston Symphony, the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Seoul Philharmonic, and the Bergen Philharmonic, at prestigious venues such as the Auditorium du Louvre, Wigmore Hall in London, and the Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall in New York. Her passion for chamber music has taken her to festivals such as Music@Menlo, the Seiji Ozawa Academy, and Music from Angelfire.
Instrument : Lorenzo Storioni


2015-ongoing Gary Hoffman
2015-ongoing Jeroen Reuling
2013-2015 Joel Krosnick
2012-2013 Carter Brey
2002-2013 Peter Wiley
2002-2005 Orlando Cole


2015-ongoing Artist in residence - Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel
2013-2015 Master of Music - The Juiilliard School
2002-13 Bachelor of Music - The Curtis Institute of Music


2016 Dr Luis Sigall Competition, Salon de Honor Congreso Nacional Valparaiso - Orquesta Filamonica Regional, Alvaro Gomez (dir.)
2016 Miller Outdoor Theater - Houston Symphony, Yaniv Dinur (dir.)
2015 Louvre Auditorium - Andrew Tyson (piano)


2016 Dr Luis Sigall Competition - 2nd Prize
2016 Ima Hogg Competition - 2nd Prize
2016 VIVO Competition - 1st Prize
2015 Liszt-Garrison International Festival & Competition - 1st Prize
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The Competition's CD's
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