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Daniel Lee’s Music Studio

Daniel Lee’s Music Studio

At Lee Studios Of Music

505 Park St NE Vienna VA 22180


Piano  and Trumpet Study in my studio involves varying levels of involvement, from the adult hobbyist to the aspiring performer!  I am a member of the professional music teachers’ organizations of  Northern Virginia Music Teachers, Maryland State Music Teachers, Washington D.C. Music Teachers and Virginia State Music Teachers Associations.  These organizations provide my students with numerous  recitals, competitions, and festivals  for personal growth and development.  In addition, my students have the option of participation in National Federation of Music Clubs Spring Festival  and the American College of Musicians National and International Guild Auditions.

Piano has been a constant in his life as he began his formal Piano Study at age three.  Dr. Marjorie Lee a Nationally Certified Master Teacher (also his mother) and Kenneth Lee, Former State President of the Virginia Music Teachers Association (also his father)  taught him from an early age the fundamentals of music and exposed him to a musically rich childhood.  This constant exposure to music teaching and performance has shaped the more advanced principles of teaching he uses as well as continuing to be an ongoing resource in his work.Picture

PictureLee has been co-principal trumpet of the National Symphony Orchestra’s Summer Institute Orchestra, and, with the Symphony Orchestra of the Curtis Institute, has performed in Europe and the United States under countless well known and respected musicians.   Daniel was named Outstanding Band Member by Richard Sanger while a student at Thoreau Middle School, received the Sousa Award at Madison High School under Carl J. Bianchi, and was named the Outstanding Wind Performer at Boston University before entering Curtis.  His teachers have included Ed Cooper, Emerson Head, Adel Sanchez (former principal trumpet NSO),  Gilbert Johnson (former principal trumpet Philadelphia Orchestra) and Roger Voisin (former principal t rumpet Boston Symphony Orchestra).