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Chloe Jia Lee

Chloe Lee is a pianist under the tutelage of Dr. Tamara Smolyar and Dr. Mikhail Solovei at the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music, Monash University, Australia. 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. In 2019 ENKOR International Competition, Professor Soohyun Yun from Kennesaw State University and Romanian Concert Pianist Loana Lupascu commented that 'Chloe has brilliant technique, Bravo!' and 'Excellent performance with impressive technique'.

Chloe has extensive experience in performance, winning numerous local and international competitions, including the East Coast International Competition (New York, 1st prize), ENKOR International Competition 6th Edition (1st Prize), International Competition for Great Composers (1st prize), Jascha Spivakovsky Piano Prize (Monash University, 1st prize), Royal South Street Eisteddfod (1st prize and 2nd prize) and the Melbourne international Piano and String Festival (2018, Scholarship recipient), Pure Vienna International Competition (Vienna, 3rd prize) and North International Music Competition (3rd prize).

Chloe has had masterclasses with world class pianists, including Stephen Kovacevich (USA), Stephen Hough (UK), Leslie Howard, Lisa Moore (USA), Max Cooke, Coady Green (UK) and Ian Holtham. While studying at the Monash Law School, she performs at many local concerts and venues, including the Melbourne Recital Centre, Monash University Sound Series Concert, Lyrical Lunch Time Concerts at the Supreme Court Library, Duneira House, Abbotsford Convent and Melbourne Arts Centre. Besides achieving High Distinction in her marks for performance, she was selected for the Monash Elite Students Scheme (2019) and was an artist featured in Monash University's CD recording 'Multiple Hands Project 2018'.

Her upcoming recitals in 2019 include Australian Music Prize at Monash University on September, a live radio performance on 3MBS series 'The Talent' 7pm 8th October (103.5FM), solo recital at Monash University on November, a solo recital for Caterina Turnbull, the winner of the Peter Tahourdin Memorial Prize and a rising Australian composer on December.

More information: https://chloejialee.weebly.com/

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