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9月20日 週三



李志堯Jackie Lee室內樂大師班

李志堯Jackie Lee室內樂大師班
李志堯Jackie Lee室內樂大師班


9月20日 下午7:00 – 9月21日 下午7:00

音樂館音樂廳, 100台湾台北市中正區愛國西路1號


講題:【應用音樂組】李志堯Jackie Lee室內樂大師班

講者:李志堯Jackie Lee教授(美國Heartland Chamber music 音樂節總監)

Jackie Lee, artistic director, viola, is a recipient of top prize awards in the

Cleveland Institute of Music Concerto Competition, the Ekstrand Competition

and the National Viola Competition of Taiwan. As an active chamber musician,

Mr. Lee was a member of the Satori Quartet, the recipient of the Fellowship of

Norfolk Chamber Music Festival and the Juilliard String Quartet Seminar. Mentored by the world-renowned Takacs Quartet, Satori Quartet was appointed Young Artist Quartet-in-Residence at Kneisel Hall Chamber Music Festival. The quartet was also invited to perform at the Aspen Music Festival and Bravo Music Festival and to conduct a series of outreach

programs to more than a dozen of schools and over 2,500 students throughout

the Colorado area.

Recently recognized by the Music Teachers National Association as an

outstanding teacher for coaching the Kammer Trio, the silver prize winner in

MTNA National Chamber Music Competition, Mr. Lee’s students have

gone on to be accepted into major college conservatories across the country,

including the Juilliard School, the Cleveland Institute of Music, New England

Conservatory of Music, Colburn Conservatory of Music, Indiana University, Rice

University Shepherd School of Music, Peabody Conservatory, University of

Michigan and the UMKC Conservatory. His chamber music students have often been prize

winners in major national and international competitions as well as recipients of

the fellowships of major music festivals, including the International

Chamber Music Ensemble Competition, the MTNA National Chamber Music

Competition, and the fellowships of Norfolk Chamber Music Festival, the

Juilliard String Quartet Seminar and McGill International String Quartet Academy (MISQA) to name a few.

Mr. Lee is currently serving as the Artistic Director and a faculty member at the Heartland

Chamber Music. Previous teaching activities of Mr. Lee include the youth string

programs of the Aspen Music Festival, the Bravo Music Festival, and Kneisel Hall

Music Festival. Mr. Lee received his Bachelor and Master of Music degrees in Viola

Performance as well as a Bachelor’s degree in Audio Recording Engineering at

the Cleveland Institute of Music. He received his Doctor of Musical Arts

degree in viola performance from the UMKC Conservatory of Music and Dance.


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