Dr. Kaju Lee

Instructor of High School Piano, Interlochen Arts Camp

D.M.A., Collaborative Piano, University of Colorado - Boulder; Professional Studies Certificate, Collaborative Piano, Manhattan School of Music; M.M., Piano Performance, McGill University; B.M., Piano Performance, Hanyang University 

"Kaju Lee delivered this rapid and brilliant music with skill and aplomb. Her performance was much to the taste of the audience, and she was given prolonged applause." stated by ArtSMart Magazine after performing as soloist with the KwaZulu-Natal Philharmonic Orchestra, pianist Kaju Lee has performed in Australia, Austria, Canada, Philippines, South Africa, South Korea, and the United States.

Lee has appeared at the Sydney Conservatorium, University of South Africa, Mirabell Palace, the National Flute Association, Seoul Arts Center, and the Grahamstown National Arts Festival. Lee released a CD in Sydney with Cellist Emily Duffill: "100 Years of Music for Cello and Piano."

Lee teaches at Georgia College and is on the piano faculty at the IAC. She has worked at the University of Miami in Salzburg, the Choral Symphony Society (NYC), and the Pre-College Division of the Manhattan School of Music. She earned her Doctor of Musical Arts in Collaborative Piano at the University of Colorado – Boulder, where she studied with Anne Epperson.