South Korea

Kyung-Jun Lee is a musically gifted South-Korean Cellist. At the age of 16, he was admitted to Korea National University of Arts and graduated with a Bachelor in Music in 2014, under Myung-Wha Chung and Minji Kim. After his Bachelor, he received an Artist Diploma, studying with the internationally renowned cellist Truls Mørk at the Norwegian Academy of Music.

Mr. Lee is the top-prize winner of many major music competitions, such as the 1st prize Klaipeda International Cello Competition, After winning the competition, he was appointed as a jury member of the 'David Geringas' International Cello Competition

And as part of a special award given by the Pablo Casals Foundation in Spain, he is scheduled to perform the invitation of the Pablo Casals Museum and record work.

Also he won the the 1st prize 'Young Virtuoso International Competition' in Bulgaria and 2nd prize Karl Davidoff International Cello Competition.

Mr.Lee has also performed with the Changwon Philharmonic, the Asia Festival Orchestra, the GMMFS Orchestra, the Prime Philharmonic Orchestra, the Klaipeda Chamber Orchestra, the Norwegian Academy of Music Orchestra, and the Norwegian Radio Symphony Orchestra. Especially, the performance with the Norwegian Radio Orchestra has been broadcasted live on radio and TV throughout Norway, Sweden and Finland. He also served as the sub-principal at the Norwegian Radio Orchestra.

Kyung-Jun has performed at the Seoul International Music Festival, GMMFS International Music Festival, Gyeonggi-do Chamber Music Festival, Busan Classic Music Festival, Lee Sang-geun Music Festival, and Seoul Arts Center 'Artist Lounge' Concert.

And Mr. Lee is currently active in many solo and chamber music performances in Korea, Norway, and Germany.