Eunice Lee, piano
Eunice has been selected as a From the Top Alumni Leadership Grant recipient!
Eunice has been selected as a From the Top 2019 Alumni Leadership Grant recipient!
Eunice appeared on Show 274, recorded in June 2013 as a member of The Texas State International Piano Festival Five Piano Finale Ensemble.
From Austin, Texas, Eunice Lee is a sophomore at Northwestern University studying Piano Performance, Economics, Business Institutions, and Integrated Marketing Communications. She began playing the piano at age seven with Shearon Horton and currently studies with Dr. Sylvia Wang. Lee won many competitions and was awarded full scholarships to festivals, such as: the Texas State International Piano Festival, New Orleans Piano Institute, TMTA State Performance Competition, Baylor/Waco Piano Competition, and many more. In 2013, Lee appeared on ‘From the Top’ on NPR with Christopher O’ Riley, thus catalyzing her interest in empowering other musicians to use their talents for a positive impact. She loves to fuse aspects of music and business to support greater missions like fine arts education, socio-economically disadvantaged children, natural disaster relief, and foster care, so Lee has taken the initiative to organize many projects to reunite communities through the power of music. A few examples of her projects include Music Eunited and the Meridiem Music Marathon. Lee has extensive experience in nonprofit development, event planning, social media marketing, content production, digital marketing campaigns, and media relations. She believes in addressing pressing, relevant social issues through innovative and impactful means. With technology, music, and journalism, Lee is equally passionate about innovation and writing within business and communications while also enthusiastic about the power of arts and culture in society.
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