Violinist I-Hao Lee’s active teaching career has culminated in notable achievements by his students – top prizes at the Queen Elisabeth, Young Concert Artists, Sarasate, Tibor Varga, Cooper, Postacchini International Competitions, an Avery Fisher Career Grant, and performances with major orchestras such as the Boston Symphony, Cleveland Orchestra, Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Houston Symphony, Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra of St. Luke’s and Mariinsky Orchestra. His former students are members of major orchestras including the Los Angeles Philharmonic.
Lee has given master classes throughout the U.S., China and Taiwan, and has taught violin and chamber music at Manhattanville College and the Great Mountains Music Festival and School. Lee is the artistic director of I-Hao Lee Program, a two-week music festival for young musicians, in Jiangsu, China.
Born in Yilan, Taiwan, Lee received his Bachelor and Master of Music degrees from The Juilliard School, and his Doctor of Musical Arts from Stony Brook University. His major teachers include Dorothy DeLay and Hyo Kang.
Lee has served on the violin faculty at The Juilliard School as well as Music Institute of Chicago. Currently, he is a faculty member at DePaul University, Meadowmount School of Music and Summer Violin Institute of Northwestern University.
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