Alan Lee

Violinist Alan Lee received his Master of Music degree in 2021 from UCLA in Violin Performance, studying with both Movses Pogossian and Varty Manouelian. Being a New York native, Lee also holds a Bachelor of Music degree from New York University’s Steinhardt School for Music and Performing Arts, where he studied with Cyrus Beroukhim and Gregory Fulkerson. Lee has studied under numerous teachers including Nigel Armstrong, Jeffrey Multer, Kikuei Ikeda, Peter Herresthal, Anne Lanzilotti, and Siliang Meng. He has appeared at several world-renowned concert halls including Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall, Carnegie Hall’s Stern Auditorium Perelman Stage, and Weill Recital Hall.

Apart from performing, Lee has also taken an interest in artist management and becoming a music librarian. He has interned with Primo Artists, a classical music agency based in New York. Just recently, Lee was the music librarian and production assistant for the Mostly Mozart Festival at Lincoln Center. Lee is an alumnus member of the VEM quartet. In 2021, the UCLA Armenian Music Program released a series of mini-documentaries, one of which featured solely Lee and his personal experience with Armenian Music.

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