Jennifer M. Lee has held collaborative piano positions at Sonoma State University, the Advanced Suzuki Institute, and Interlochen Arts Camp.
She holds a Bachelor of Music from Rice University and Master of Music in Piano Performance with an emphasis in chamber music from Indiana University. She studied with Robert Roux, William Wellborn, and Shigeo Neriki, who had a profound influence on her career in collaborative piano. An avid chamber musician, she performed at Old First Concerts, Valley of the Moon Music Festival, Kent/Blossom Music Festival at the Blossom Music Center, Aspen Music Festival, and the Noontime Concert Series at St. Mary's Cathedral. A native to San Francisco, she won a number of Bay Area awards, including the Fremont Symphony Young Artists Concerto Competition, Ross McKee Competition, Burlingame Music Competition, and CAPMT Bartok State Competition. Since 2012, she has been a member of the Music Teachers Association of California.
A strong advocate of music education in the Bay Area, she is currently a staff pianist for the choirs at Hillsdale High School, Faculty at the Crowden School in Berkeley, and manages a thriving teaching studio in San Francisco and in the Peninsula.