Cellist Emma Lee made her solo debut playing at the famed Carnegie Hall’s, Weill Recital Hall at the age of 13. At 15, Lee was also a winning soloist performing Dvorak’s Cello Concerto in B minor at the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall, accompanied by the Pacific Symphony Youth Orchestra. Emma has just begun her studies as a student of Ronald Leonard at the Colburn Conservatory, class of 2021. Previously, Lee has studied with Stanley Sharp on cello and David Dunford on piano. Lee has attended various summer festivals including her recent fellowship to the Music Academy of the West, Summer 2017, and the Montecito Music Festival, Summer 2016. In June of 2017, she graduated summa cum laude from Crean Lutheran High School, where she served as principal cellist for four years. Lee is a huge supporter of music and arts in schools and has held the principal cellist position of her school’s orchestra from the 6th grade through to her senior year of high school.