Jaejin Lee

Jaejin Lee

Degrees & Studies

B.M., Seoul National University, Korea; M.M., Michigan State University; D.M.A., University of Cincinnati-College Conservatory of Music



Music Conservatory of Westchester

Faculty since 2012

Born In

Seoul, Korea

Performances & Distinctions

Appearances as a soloist in Chopin Gala Concert in San Francisco, Pianomania in Walnut Creek, CA, Graves Sunday at Five in Ohio, Aspen Music Festival in Colorado, SUNY International Piano Recital Series in New Paltz, Music 2000 and Grandin Festival in Cincinnati, Sul-Ak Music Festival in Korea, Tong-Il Han Piano Institute Music Festival in Hawaii, Academie de Musicque de Sion in Switzerland, Schuleswig-Holstein Music Festival in Germany, and London Piano Festival in England. Numerous appearances as a member of Veritas Ensemble, performing and premiering works of contemporary composers in the San Francisco bay area. Extensive training and teaching experience in both private and group setting such as Suzuki, Orff, Music Mind Games and Peery Piano Method. Dr. Lee has taught at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, East Bay Center for the Performing Arts, Capital University and University of Cincinnati Conservatory of Music Preparatory Department. During summer, she teaches at the Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp in Michigan and Summer Music and Arts at MCW.

Teaching Philosophy

“My goal as a teacher is to bring out each student’s potential to the highest artistic level. I emphasize a strong foundation of technique and intervallic reading skills for beginners, developing artistic interpretation according to various musical style for intermediate students, and expanding repertoire for advanced students. I individualize my teaching plan according to each student’s age, temperament and learning style.”