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Born1991
CountryGreat Britain
Intensive weeks

Academic year 2016/2017

Viola
02. Dec - 07. Dec 2016

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Carl Lee

Carl Lee was born in 1991 in Great Britain. He studied viola at the Mozarteum Salzburg with Professor Thomas Riebl from 2015-2016. Currently, he works on his Bachelor of Music-Performance at the University of Sydney, Conservatorium of Music with the Professors Alex Todicescu, Nicole Divall, Roger Benedict and Tobias Breider. 

Carl attended master classes with Pinchas Zukermann, Richard Young, Ole Bohn, Alice Waten, Julian Smiles, Dean Olding, Tasso Adamopoulos, James Ehnes, Noboku Imai, Roger Benedict and Andrew Haveron. He received a scholarship from the International Music Academy Liechtenstein and took part in the intensive music weeks and activities of the academy there. 

In 2011, Carl won the “Wal Hardwick Memorial Award” (Chamber Music Award), the “The Helen Bainton Award” of the University of Sydney and in 2010 “The Kathleen & Alison Short Award”, also from the University of Sydney.

Carl took part at several international festivals, including the Verbier Music Festival, Switzerland, in 2015 as a Member of the Verbier Music Festival Orchestra, at the Great Mountains Music Festival Korea, in 2014 in the Sydney Symphony Fellowship program with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, embarked as part of the touring Sydney Symphony Orchestra to China and the Norway Summer Music Festival. He also performed in numerous concert venues in many cities including Shanghai, Bejing, Guangzhou and Shenzeng. Carl played together with the Willoughby Symphony Orchestra, with the Tecchler String Quartet in collaboration of music schools around the world including the Peabody Music School, the Johns Hopkins Music University and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. In Brazil, Carl performed a concert including chamber and solo works at the Opera House Theatre Municipal in Rio de Janeiro.

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Born1991
CountryGreat Britain
Intensive weeks

Academic year 2016/2017

Viola
02. Dec - 07. Dec 2016