Vanguard University adjunct professor and professional musician Dr. Jung-A Lee recently performed at the Cadet Chapel at the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York in April.
Dr. Lee, a world-renowned organist, pianist, and conductor, performed a variety of musical pieces including the Allegro from Charles-Marie Widor’s Symphony No 6 in G minor, and the Allegro and Grave-Larghetto from Julius Reubke’s 94th Psalm Sonata at the Academy.
Lee gives about seventy concerts throughout the year as a concert organist and collaborative pianist and recently played for the performance of the Pacific Chorale and Pacific Symphony under the direction of Maestro John Alexander in Segerstrom Hall. She completed her Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Toronto, earned her Master of Music degree from Yale University with a full scholarship, and received her Doctor of Musical arts degree in organ performance from Boston University. Lee also served as an organ scholar of the Memorial Church at Harvard University from 2001-2003.
Her teachers have included James David Christie, Thomas Murray, Martin Jean, John Tuttle, Karl Hochreither, and Michael Bloss. Lee also participated in the master classes with Olivier Latry, Marilyn Keiser, Susan Landale, and Gerre Hancock. In Boston and Toronto she worked with fine conductors including Christopher Hogwood, Doreen Rao, and Chai-Hoon Park.
In April 2009, Lee founded Music Mission International in order to promote organ music. She is currently the chairman of the non-profit organization that consists of twelve board members.
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