Flutist Daniel Lee, a graduate of Dresden State College of Music, has performed over three hundred concerts in three continents. As a soloist, he has performed with the Hochschule fuer Musik Orchester Dresden under the world-famous John Holloway in a performance of Bach h-moll Suite, which was broadcast live on Middle German National Radio. He has also premiered the flute concertos of Aram Kachaturian and Kristof Penderecki in the city of Dresden.
During his studies in Germany, he was an invited soloist in cities such as Dresden, Leipzig, Meissen, Gorlitz, Chemlitz and Kassel in Germany and also performed in countries such as Poland, Czech Republik, and South Korea. As an orchestral musician, he was a member of
Junge Munchener Philharmonic in Munich, RIAS Orchester in Berlin, and Hfm Orchester in Dresden. During his time as an orchestral musician, he has performed under the directorship of world famous conductors such as Sir Colin Davis and Marek Janoski.
During his time in Gemany, Daniel Lee studied with Prof. Eckart Haupt, principal of the Staatskapelle Dresden and Prof. Stephan Rety, Principal of the Basel Symphoniker. He attended master classes by Robert Aitken, Adras Adorjan, Renate Greiss Armin, and Petri Alanko.
Daniel Lee and his wife, Yuju Lee are the owners of Klassik Arts Music and Art Academy, where they teach full time.
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A doctorate student at UCSD, Teresa Díaz has also been a fellow of The Banff Centre. She completed her MM with Tara O’Connor at Purchase Conservatory, New York,
She is a founding member of ‘Música para la Paz’ a non-profit organization in Ensenada, Mexico; that teaches kids in low income neighborhoods and orphanages.
Her teaching experience includes teaching at Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego and Universidad Autónoma de Baja California.
Some performances include accompanying artist Plácido Domingo, as well as performing with the Carnegie Hall Affiliate Ensemble, Decoda. She recently started a commissioning project with flutist, Stefanie Proulx, premiering three new works for two flutes.