Regarded as one of the most promising upcoming talents, violinist Suyeon Lee began study at New England Conservatory of Music at the age of five. Recently, she gave recitals in Suntory Hall, Sapporo Concert Hall, Konzerthaus Berlin, Kammermusiksaal Berlin, and throughout the United States. She has also been active in Austria, Russia, England, Romania, and throughout Asia. At age seven, Lee won her first competition, at New England Conservatory, and she won First Prize at the International Violin Competition of Jeunesses Musicales in Romania at age fourteen, where she performed in the winners’ gala concert as the Best Player, chosen by the jurors. At age fifteen she released her highly acclaimed debut album of Heifetz transcriptions on the Naxos label. Lee has appeared in the Strad magazine, Coda magazine, Strings magazine, and numerous newspapers throughout the United States and Europe. Her former teachers include Jin Wook Park, Aideen Zeitlin, Marylou Speaker Churchill, Kurt Sassmannshaus, and Robert Mann. She received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees studying under Itzhak Perlman and Donald Weilerstein as a recipient of the Dorothy Starling Scholarship at the Juilliard School.