Joyce Lee

Joyce Lee

Joyce Lee

Joyce Lee

Flutist Joyce Lee is praised for her virtuoso technique, rich tone and passion for excellence. Ms. Lee enjoys a highly varied musical career as a soloist, orchestral player and chamber musician in the San Francisco Bay Area. Most recently, Lee was awarded 1st Prize in the Arizona Flute Society’s Adult Competition for her performance of Edgard Varese’s “Density 21.5” for solo flute.


Ms. Lee has performed with members of the Seattle Symphony under the direction of conductor Ludovic Morlot, the Del Sol String Quartet, Kevin Rivard, principal horn player of the San Francisco Opera, Jeff Anderle, clarinetist of the West Coast’s very first reed quintet, Splinter Reeds, Alan Pierson of Alarm Will Sound and, political activist Angela Davis, among others. In 2013, Joyce was a featured performer at the Beijing National Center of the Performing Arts as Principal Flute of the University of Washington Wind Ensemble, a concert that was aired on national television. Equally at home in small ensembles of contrasting styles, Ms. Lee regularly tours with Ensemble Mik Nawooj, a hip-hop/classical fusion group that has been featured in the Wall Street Journal


Joyce holds a Bachelor of Music from the University of Washington where she studied with Professor Donna Shin, and a Master of Music degree at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, under the tutelage of Timothy Day, Principal Flute of the San Francisco Symphony.

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Joyce & flute on park bench