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Taiwanese pianist Kathy Tai-Hsuan Lee’s versatility as a performer has benefited her from performing works by composers William Bolcom, Michael Daugherty, David Rakowski, Kaija Saariaho among others. Recent performances have been with the New World Symphony, at Lukaskirche in Lucerne, Switzerland, the Fondation Bell'Arte Concert series in Braine l'Alleud, Belgium, the IU Art Museum Noon Concert and the Gala Concert at Medium Theater of Busan Cultural Center. She was the prize-winner of the 2017 Atlantic Music Festival Piano Competition in Maine, USA and received second-prize at the 2015 Busan Maru International Music Festival Concerto Competition in South Korea. Her current project centers around French piano works by Henri Dutilleux, Maurice Ravel and Francis Poulenc. In addition, Kathy also takes special interest in music by other twentieth century composers such as Béla Bartók, György Ligeti and George Gershwin. In her leisure time, she enjoys cooking, exploring French cinema and contemporary arts.
I believe that one of the best ways of self-learning is through teaching. Nothing can be more rewarding than seeing the growth of students in a performance or the immediate difference they make during lessons.
Kathy has worked with students of all ages, beginning to advanced—music and non-major majors alike—on piano, incorporating components in music theory, sight-reading and music history to help students understand, appreciate music better.
If you are interested in having a sample lesson, please contact me!