Pianist Kaju Lee to perform at PC

Pianist Kaju Lee to perform at PC

Kaju Lee | Chamber Orchestra Performance | Music Department | Presbyterian College | Clinton SC

Pianist Kaju Lee will perform a piano recital on Friday, Feb. 28, at 7:30 p.m. in Edmunds Hall. The recital is presented by the Department of Music at PC and is part of the PC Piano Clinic which is held Feb. 28-29.

Her program includes works by Bach, Beethoven, Chopin and Louie. The recital is open to the public. Admission is free to PC students, faculty and staff with ID and $5 for general admission. For more information, contact the Music Office at (864) 833-8470.

Lee has performed in Australia, Austria, Canada, the Philippines, South Africa, South Korea and throughout the United States. Her performances have been broadcast by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), Radio Korea (Seattle, Washington), WRGC (NPR in Milledgeville, Georgia), and the Busan Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation in South Korea.

As a collaborator, she is noted for her sensitive playing, colorful timbres, expressive tone, and her ability to “blend the sound and make music together” with other fine musicians. Currently, Lee is assistant professor of piano pedagogy and collaborative arts at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville, where she oversees the piano/keyboard area and teaches applied piano, class piano, piano pedagogy and collaborative piano.

She is also on the piano faculty at the prestigious Interlochen Arts Camp and serves as administrative council at the Wisconsin Music Teachers Association.

Lee earned her Doctorate of Musical Arts in collaborative piano at the University of Colorado – Boulder, where she studied with internationally renowned teacher Anne Epperson and completed a dissertation titled “The Art of Collaborative Piano: Becoming a Complete Collaborative Artist.”

She also holds degrees from the Manhattan School of Music and McGill University in Montréal. Her continuing education includes Fellowships to the Music Academy of the West and the Orford Music Festival.

To learn more, please visit /music/pianoclinic.