Solee

Dr. Solee Lee-Clark, a native of Seoul, Korea, started playing piano at the age of four. Currently Lee-Clark is Co-Director of Music at First Congregational Church, Muskegon Michigan and Staff Accompanist at Hope College.  Solee is a graduate of the D.M.A. program at West Virginia University in piano performance.  She received her M.M. at University of Southern California and her B.M. at Kangnam University in Korea. 

Solee’s teaching appointments have included West Virginia Wesleyan College in Buckhannon, WV; Davis and Elkins College in Elkins, WV and West Virginia University in Morgantown, WV.  In demand as an accompanist, her appointments have included SUNY Fredonia; SUNY Buffalo and Mercyhurst College, Erie, PA.

Solee has received numerous scholarships and awards for her musical ability including the WVU Young Artist Concerto Competition, the French Piano International grant and the Global Education Opportunities Award.  Her dissertation was presented at the 2011 conference of College Music Society in Appleton, Wisconsin.

Solee has studied piano with Christine Kefferstan, Steven Harlos, Nancy Bricard, and Sung-ja Kim.  She also has studied organ and harpsichord with William Haller and is currently studying with Huw Lewis.  As a recitalist and accompanist, Solee has presented programs throughout the United States, France, and Korea.  Dr. Lee-Clark was a featured soloist with West Virginia University Orchestra, Collegium Musicum, and Pittsburgh Civic Orchestra.

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