Yamaha Music Foundation of Europe Award-winning violinist Alexandra Lee made her solo debut in Carnegie Hall, Stern Auditorium in October 2018 accompanied by The Senior Concert Orchestra of New York. She is the winner of 15 international music competitions and awards, such as Russian Presidential Youth Music Award, 13th LISMA International Music Competition, The III Gershwin International Music Competition, Waldo Mayo International Violin Competition and International Violin Competitions of David Oystrakh and A. Yampolsky. Alexandra won her first music competition and performed with the Far Eastern Symphony Orchestra as a soloist at the age of 5.
In 2005 she was invited to study with Eduard Grach at the Central Music School of the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory which she successfully finished in 2013. The same year Alexandra was awarded ABRSM full scholarship at the Royal College of Music, London, where she earned her Bachelor of Music degree. During undergraduate years Alexandra made her solo debuts in Suntory Hall, Tokyo, accompanied by Gwangju Women Philharmonic Orchestra, in Amaryllis Concert Hall, London, with RCM Symphony Orchestra, and in Walton High, UK, with Milton Keynes City Orchestra. A year later Alexandra performed at the Music Teacher Awards for Excellence 2017 in London, her performance was broadcasted by Classic FM UK National Radio and highly remarked by Executive Director of Products and Services, ABRSM Penny Wilsom:
“Alexandra captivated us from the moment her bow touched the strings and drew in the entire room in with her presence. The wonderful warmth of her performance still remains with me, and it was a huge pleasure to hear her play for us.”
She received her Master of Music degree in studio of Albert Markov at the Manhattan School of Music, New York. In 2018 she appeared as a special guest of the “Seldom Said” American radio show on WCWP Radio.
A. Lee has worked with internationally acclaimed orchestras such as Seoul Symphony, Russian State National, and Russian State Symphony «New Russia», conducted by the leading conductors such as Mikhail Pletnev, Leonard Slatkin, George Manahan, Yuri Bashmet, and Vladimir Fedoseyev.
Alexandra Lee regularly performs in the USA, Russia, United Kingdom, Germany, Austria, France, Italy, Poland, South Korea, and Japan.