Cellist Hyun Min Lee has appeared in recitals, concerts, festivals, and master classes throughout the United States, Germany, Canada, Japan, China, and her native Korea as both an inspiring teacher and a versatile performer. Her work has taken her to world major venues to perform such as Carnegie Hall, Boston Symphony hall, Leipzig Gewandhaus, Seoul Arts Center as well as being heard in various broadcasts throughout North America. As a passionate teacher, Dr. Lee has been teaching at the Boston University Tanglewood Institute since 2010 and taught string class, cello lessons, and chamber music at Boston University. She was a teaching assistant to Professor Aldo Parisot at the Great Mountains Music Festival and School and also to Professor Marc Johnson at Boston University. She is currently on faculty at Powers Music School, and is an affiliated faculty at Harvard University. She also has a private cello studio in Lexington, MA. As an exciting performer, she actively performs and tours across the country with the Hubbard Quartet and the Boston Cello Ensemble where she serves as Artistic Director. She is also serving as the Principal Cellist of Philharmonia Boston Chamber Orchestra.
She earned her Doctor of Music Arts degree from Boston University where she was inducted into Pi Kappa Lambda, the National Music Honor Society of the United States. Dr. Lee received her Master’s degree and an Artist Diploma with full scholarship under the tutelage of Aldo Parisot at Yale University and also holds a Bachelor’s degree from Seoul National University as well as a Professional Studies Diploma from the Cleveland Institute of Music.