Alexis Lee


Alexis Lee

Alexis Lee


Dr. Alexis Lee made her first stage performance participating in The World Cello Congress III, performing as a member of the Towson University Cello ensemble at the Center for the Arts Concert Hall and in the 200 Massed Cello Ensemble which took its performance at Meyerhoff Symphony Hall in Baltimore, Maryland. She was an active member of the susquehanna Symphony Orchestra and York Symphony Orchestra later appeared as a soloist in year 2009 and 2013.

As a chamber musician and orchestra performer, her performances has taken her to venues throughout the US including Alice Tully Hall, Carnegie Hall, Boston Symphony Hall and Meyerhoff Symphony Hall in Baltimore. Her extensive chamber music experience includes an invitation from the Beethoven Reserch Center studying and performing Beethoven’s op.132 with violinist Peter Zazofsky and Beethoven scholar Lewis Lockwood. 

With her Bachelor of Music in performance from The Juilliard School and Master of Music from Manhattan School of Music, she completed her Doctor of Musical Arts in performance at Boston University with Rhonda Rider in 2016.

As a passionate chamber performer, she has performed with the Belmont Camerata, North End Music Arts Center, Volunteer Music for the Arts, The Boston Cello and Boston University Arts Outreach. She also has served as principal for Boston Chamber Symphony, NEMPAC Opera Project Chamber Orchestra.

Aside from her performance career, her inspiration comes from teaching young students and volunteering with nonprofit musical organizations. Dr. Lee has previously been on the cello and chamber faculty at Belmont University and adjudicated for the 2018 Jackie McGehee Young Artists’ Competition and Alabama Orchestra Association. She is currently a member of the Atlanta Ballet Orchestra. 

Dr. Lee studied with Cecylia Barczyk, David Soyer(Guarneri Quartet), Julia Lichten a and Marc Johnson(Vermeer Quartet).
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