Pianist Ellen Lee

Ellen Lee was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the USA in 1998 and grew up in Taiwan. He started to learn piano at the age of five and went to the Hanover Conservatory of Music to study piano art at the age of 14, under the tutelage of Professor Bernd Goetzke. She received a bachelor's degree in piano performance in 2019 and was immediately admitted to the master's class of the same school. At the stage of studying in Taiwan, she won many competitions, including first place in the Taipei City Competition and second place in the piano category of the Taiwan Music Competition.
During staying in Europe, she successively won the first prize of the British YPN Piano Competition, the first full score of the German Youth Music Competition, and the best classical music performance award. In the past five years, performances have covered Germany, the Netherlands, Hong Kong, China, and Taiwan. Piano recitals have been held successively in the Taichung Opera Hall, the Taipei National Concert Hall, and the Kaohsiung Weiwuying Cultural Arts Center Concert Hall. In 2019, she planned the "Not Just a Concert" North, Central, and South Tour, and intertwined it with mime directors, painters, and video artists. World cooperation.
Since 2013, she has performed many times with orchestras such as "Wuhan Philharmonic", "Taipei Philharmonic", "Frankfurt Symphony Orchestra", "Kaohsiung Symphony Orchestra", "National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra", "Lüneburg Chamber Symphony Orchestra", etc. Piano concertos by Mozart, Beethoven, Schumann, Grieg, Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Shostakovich, and other composers. Concerto conductors include Miloslav Oswald, Lin Tianji, Lucius Hemmer, Zhang Jiayun, Yang Zhiqin, and Chen Mei'an. The most recent important performances include the Mozart Piano Concerto No. 23 with the National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra Youth Orchestra touring Taipei, Taichung, Pingtung, and other places in the summer of 2018. In 2020, he will participate in the celebration performance and recording project of the complete Beethoven cello sonata by cellist Jan Vogler.
When Ellen Lee was fifteen years old, she participated in the recording of 16 episodes of the "breathing" video program, acting as a piano performance and music introduction dialogue. The program was launched on Youku Tudou and was rated as "the first choice for high-quality close to classical music".