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  • ​B.M., in Oboe from Hanyang University in Korea

  • M.M., in Oboe from SUNY at Stony Brook

  • DMA., in Oboe and Conducting from Graduate Center of Cuny

   Dr. Jeong Seok Lee received his musical training at the Han Yang University in Korea.  Dr. Lee was appointed principal oboe of the Korean Youth Orchestra. After graduating from Han Yang University, he served as principal oboe at the Seoul Symphony Orchestra.

   He received his M.M degree from the State University of New York at Stony Brook, where he was a student of Stephen Taylor. He has received a Doctor of Musical Art degree for oboe and conducting at the Graduate Center of CUNY. He is one of the last students of Ronald Roseman. He often appears as a soloist in Korea and the United States and performs in both chamber music and orchestral concerts.


   He serves as the music director of the chamber music group, Sonata da Chiesa. He is also the director of the M-Story. In addition, he also teaches chamber music at Queens College.

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