Mookie Lee-Menuhin, Piano
Born in Seoul, South Korea, Mookie Lee-Menuhin has performed throughout mainland Europe, in Scandinavia, Britain and Asia both as a soloist and chamber musician. She has performed at some of the major halls in Europe, and Asia including Geneva´s Victoria Hall, Tonhalle Zürich, and the Bern Casino in Switzerland, Karol Szymanowski philharmonic in Krakow, Poland, Smetana Hall in Plzeň, Czech Republic, Musikhuset and Danish Radio in Denmark, and Sejong Hall, Seoul Arts Centre in Seoul, South Korea and Schloss Elmau, Germany. In 2002, Mookie Lee-Menuhin won the Yamaha competition and was awarded by the Danish Augustinus Fonden in 2003. She has made many appearances for radio and television such as BBC, DR, DK4, Radio Swiss Classic, and invited to perform at festivals such as Festival Pablo Casals in Prades, Menuhin Festival Gstaad, Festival de Bellerive, West Cork Chamber Music Festival, Boğaziçi University Foundation, Smetana's Litomyl Festival, Felix Mendelssohn Music Days, Grandes Heures de Saint-Emilion and Seoul Spring Festival.
Mookie Lee-Menuhin is also an active chamber musician, and has played with, among others, Alberto Lysy, Gary Hoffman, Piers Lane, and her husband Jeremy Menuhin. In 2015, she made a disc consisting of first recordings of Shostakovich with Alexander Rozhdestvensky and Jeremy Menuhin.
Mookie Lee-Menuhin studied at Chethams School of Music and at the Royal Northern College of Music in Great Britain. She obtained a Masters degree as well as a performance diploma at the Royal Academy of Music in Denmark, studying with John Damgaard, and Ronan OHora in London.
The Artist's Homepage: http://www.mookieleemenuhin.com
Piano Music for Four Hands by Franz Schubert
Mookie Lee-Menuhin, Piano - Jeremy Menuhin, Piano