…[with] an impassioned technique, highly focused, lots of concentrated strength, bringing out and seemingly delighting in the Brahms intensities. Very impressive.
— Joan Griscom, Brookhaven Friends of Music

Pianist Amy Lee is an active musician in the greater Boston area.  She graduated from the Longy School of Music with a Master’s of Music degree, where she studied with Randall Hodgkinson.  Former musical studies with Roberto Poli and Judith Ross (student of Nadia Boulanger). She has performed in master classes for Leslie Amper, Norman Krieger, Sally Pinkas, and Andrius Zlabys.

Ms. Lee is multi-faceted musician, passionate about collaboration, chamber music, and education.  Her repertoire ranges from Bach to Martino, to new music collaborations with composers.  She has played concerts throughout the Northeast and abroad, with solo performances at the Gardner Museum, New England Conservatory, Harvard University, Bentley University, the Brevard Music Center, chamber music recitals in New York, the UK, as well as the the Sheung Wan Civic Center in Hong Kong.  She has collaborated with members of the Johnson String Quartet, A Far Cry, the Boston New Music Initiative, composer Tim Dusenbury, and performed with the MetWinds Symphony and Philharmonic Society of Arlington.  She was a Finalist in the 2009 Longy Honors Competition, with her performance of Three Visions by William Grant Still. In 2011, she performed Mozart’s Piano Concerto in d minor with the Longy Chamber Orchestra, self-conducted from the keyboard.

In addition to performing, Ms. Lee is a dedicated teaching artist.  She teaches piano, music theory, coaches piano ensembles and composes arrangements.  She is the currently the co-Chair of the Piano Department at the Indian Hill Music School, where she serves on the faculty and as program coordinator for Summer Day Music and Chamber Music Intensive.  She served as a chairman on the board of the Massachusetts Music Teachers Association from 2012 to 2018.  Aside from being a musician, Ms. Lee thoroughly enjoys photography, culinary arts, learning the cello, and Third-wave coffee.

Link:  Faculty Spotlight