Anna Lee


Anna Lee began violin studies at the age of four with Alexander Souptel, making her solo debut two years later with the Singapore Symphony Orchestra and maestro Lan Shui. She has performed in festivals around the world such as the Marlboro Music Festival, Gstaad Menuhin Festival, and the Kronberg Festival. As a soloist, Anna Lee made her New York Philharmonic debut in 2011 and her Frankfurt debut in 2016 with maestro Christoph Eschenbach and the Hessische-Rundfunk Radio Orchestra. She has also claimed top and special prizes in the 2019 Montréal and 2018 Indianapolis Competitions.

Anna Lee’s teachers were Masao Kawasaki and Cho-Liang Lin at the Juilliard School Pre-College Division, Ana Chumachenco at the Kronberg Academy, and Miriam Fried and Don Weilerstein in Boston, where she completed her Comparative Literature degree at Harvard College. Currently, she is studying with Ani Kavafian at Yale University’s School of Music. She has also taught as a chamber music teacher, most notably at the Kronberg Academy’s Mit Musik—Miteinander festival and the MusicAlp Festival in France.


Johann Sebastian Bach: Sonata for solo violin in G minor, BWV 1001

Eugène Ysaÿe: Sonata for solo violin, op. 27 No. 4

On stage: 29.09.2021, 6:00 p.m.



Franz Schubert: Sonata for violin and piano in A major, D 574

Alberto Ginastera: Pampeana No. 1, op. 16

On stage: 02.10.2021, 11:10 a.m.

Accompanied by Paul Rivinius.



Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart : Concert for violin and orchestra in A major, KV 219

Béla Bartók: Divertimento, Sz 113



Florence Price: Fantasy No. 1 in G minor

Maurice Ravel: Sonata for violin and piano No. 2 in G major, M. 77

Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst: Grand Caprice, op. 26 (after F. Schubert: Der Erlkönig, D. 328)

Joseph Haydn: String quartet movement

Young Jo Lee: Honza Nori

Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (Arr. J. Achron): On Wings of Song, op. 34 No. 2

Gioachino Rossini (arr. Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco): Figaro from "The Barber of Seville"



Ludwig van Beethoven: Concert for violin and orchestra in D major, op. 61

Manfred Trojahn: To be played in the garden