- Music Instructor
- Collaborative Piano
Collaborative pianist and chamber musician, Juhyun Lee, is an adjunct instructor of collaborative piano at Colorado State University.
Dr. Lee received her M.M. in Collaborative Piano from the Longy School of Music where she studied with Brian Moll. During her time in Massachusetts, she worked as the primary pianist for the saxophone studios at the New England Conservatory, Boston University, and Boston Conservatory, where she worked with the renowned saxophonist Kenneth Radnofsky. After she completed her master's degree, she worked as a staff pianist at Longy School of Music. Dr. Lee has performed in a large number of 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. As an orchestral pianist, she performed in Jordan Hall as a guest keyboardist with the Boston Modern Orchestra Project in 2014.
Dr. Lee continued her studies with Andrew Campbell at Arizona State University, where she received her Doctorate of Musical Arts in Collaborative Piano and Chamber Music in 2019. At ASU, she served as a teaching assistant, received special talent awards, and was the primary pianist for the ASU’s top large ensembles, including the ASU Symphony and Wind Orchestra. In 2016, she attended the professional program SongFest in Los Angeles, and the Bowdoin International Music Festival in Maine as a performance associate awarded with a full scholarship.
As an active collaborator, she was invited to perform at the 47th National Flute Convention in Salt Lake City, Utah in 2019 and Mid-Atlantic Flute Convention in Washington D.C. in 2020, and to be the staff pianist at MCC’s Summer Flute Project in Mesa, Arizona. She performed in faculty recitals and a chamber music concert and has been appointed as a returning guest artist for the MCC Summer Flute Project in the following year.
Dr. Lee published A New Piano Reduction of the Nielsen Flute Concerto in December 2019.