Born in Taiwan, Taoyuan, Yi-Hsuan Lee started playing piano at the age of six. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from National Taiwan Normal University, her teachers including Su-Yin Hsaio and Lina Yeh. She has won numerous prizes in Asia, including the first prize of the “New Art Music Star” competition, fifth prize of the 17th Hong-Kong Asia Piano Open Competition, and first prize of National Taiwan Normal University Piano Concerto Competition. She has performed concerti with the National Taiwan Normal University Orchestra in Taipei, and with the Perugia Piano Festival Orchestra in the Hall of Notaries, Perugia. She was selected to participate in Gijon International Piano Festival in Spain, Perugia Piano Festival in Italy, and Vivace Piano Festival in Wilmington, North Carolina. She also performed in master classes with many world-renowned pianists, including Robert McDonald, Peter Serkin, Boris Giltburg, Sasha Starcevich,Jean Saulnier, José Ramón Méndez, Logan Skelton, Douglas Humpherys, Jablonski Krzysztof, Konstantin Lifschitz, and Nelson Delle-Vigne. She received her Master of Music degree in Piano Performance and Piano Chamber Music from University of Michigan in 2019, and is now pursuing her Doctoral Degree in Piano Performance at the University of Michigan under the tutelage of Arthur Greene.
You can find Yi-Hsuan’s 2021 Summer Music Competition piano performance here.
You can find Yi-Hsuan’s 2022 Classical Music Competition piano performance here.