Piano Lessons – Vivien Lee
Take Saturday afternoon piano lessons with Vivien Lee here at Rata Studios in Wellington.
About Vivien Lee
Vivien Lee was born in South Korea, then her family immigrated to New Zealand shortly after. She started learning the piano at the age of 5. She made her solo debut at age 7 performing at the Aotea Centre, Auckland.
Vivien achieved an ATCL diploma in piano in 2002 and in the same year entered the University of Auckland for a Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance. She was awarded the Lions Club Scholarship and Tombs Cup in the Te Awamutu Competitions Society of the Performing Arts in 2004 and won the 1st place in the IRMT Margaret Doone Piano Sonata Competition in 2005. In 2006 she participated in the Kawai Pacific Music Camp in Sydney and had master classes with numerous teachers including John Perry and Adam Wibrowsky. In 2007, Vivien completed her Masters in Collaborative Piano with first class honours under Dr. Sarah Watkins. Her field of study is chamber music and accompanying.
During that year she was also offered as an adjudicator for the 11th Annual Rangitoto College Piano Competition. In 2008, she completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Secondary Teaching. She worked as a freelance pianist and teaching for over a decade while accompanying at various competitions, exams and recitals until she relocated to Wellington last year.
Timetable and Enrolment
|Start: 6th May 2017|
Finish: 3rd July
NB No class on 3rd June due to Queen’s Birthday weekend
Saturdays, after 1.00pm
|Scots College Creative and Performing Arts Centre Music Rooms|
|all ages from 5 years|
|$360 for half hour lessons for 9 weeks (or pro-rata if term started already)|
(longer lessons will be charged accordingly)
Continuing/returning?proceed to the returning enrolment form
New enrolments:enrol online