EPISODE 10: CHLOE LEE

_MGL5886.1Chloe Lee – Piano

Episode 10 || 8 October 7PM

Chloe Lee is a pianist under the tutelage of Mikhail Solovei at the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music, Monash University, Australia. Chloe’s playing has been described as outstandingly energetic and passionate and she has won numerous international competitions including: 1st prize at ENKOR international competition, 1st prize from performer of the year at Great Composers International Competition and 2nd prize from Golden Classical New York international competition.

While studying at the Monash University Law School, she performs at many local concerts and venues, including Lyrical Lunch Time Concerts at the Supreme Court Library, Duneira House, Abbotsford Convent. Chloe strongly believes music reveals the beautify of life to people and strives to achieve an elegant balance of innovation and tradition in her performances, wishing to reach and share her love of piano with an ever-widening audience. She was also selected to perform at the Melbourne Recital Centre for a masterclass with world class pianist Stephan Kovacevich. Chloe is also excited to be performing a concert sponsored by Panoramic Music in December.

Chloe’s passion includes helping her students understand the incredible and wonderful depth of the art. She is currently teaching at Waverley Christian College to help her students to develop a fondness and appreciation for music which they will carry with them all their life.

 

She will be performing:

  • Beethoven Sonata Op.109 No.30 movement 1 and 2
  • Scriabin Poème No1 Op 32
  • Rachmaninoff Etudes-Tableaux Op.39 No.1

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