Hyo-Jin Lee, Cello
Cellist Hyojin Lee has performed as a chamber musician and soloist in Europe, Asia and USA. She has appeared as a soloist with orchestras including the Slovak Košice National Philharmonic, Hungary Sabaria Symphony, Soli Deo Orchestra, Daegu Philharmonic, Kyungbook Symphony among many others. Hyojin took part in several master classes with Janos Starker, Gary Hoffman, Julius Berger, Werner Thomas, and Timothy Eddy.
She also participated in many music festivals in Europe such as the Mozarteum music festival in Austria and Zagan Music Academy in Poland. As an orchestral musician, Hyojin was principal of the Daegu Contemporary Music Orchestra and Indiana Concert Orchestra.
Hyojin received her Masters degree and Performer Diploma from Indiana University as a Dean's music merit scholarship recipient. She is currently pursuing her doctoral music degree as a graduate fellow and student of Jonathan Spitz at Rutgers University with full scholarship and stipends.
As an enthusiastic performer and music teacher since 1999, Hyojin has taught cello students and leads student string ensembles. Hyojin's students have won first prizes in many big competitions in Korea and the USA, and have performed at Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center in New York, and others in the New Jersey area.