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Jasmin Lee, a Northern Virginia native, joined CLUUC as Accompanist in March of 2014. She is currently a Doctoral Candidate in Piano Performance at the University of Maryland and performs actively as a soloist, chamber musician, and collaborator.
Jasmin received her BM from the University of Michigan where she studied with Logan Skelton. During her years there, she won the University of Michigan concerto competition and played with the University Philharmonic Orchestra in 2007. Following her undergraduate career, Jasmin continued her studies at the University of Maryland where she completed her Masters of Music under the tutelage of Santiago Rodriguez and Bradford Gowen. While at the University of Maryland, she won first place in the University of Maryland Concerto Competition, which led to her performance of Rachmaninoff's first piano concerto with the University of Maryland Symphony Orchestra.
In addition to her activities at the University of Maryland, Jasmin received 3rd place in the Mary Lasley Scholarship Competition in and held an Orchestral Piano Fellowship at the Aspen Music Festival. Following first place performances at state and regional rounds, Jasmin advanced to the national final round of the MTNA Young Artists Piano Competition in 2012, held in New York City.