Doreen Lee received her DMA in Collaborative Piano at the University of Colorado Boulder, studying with Margaret McDonald and Alexandra Nguyen. She specialized in solo piano performance under the tutelage of Walter Ponce at the University of California Los Angeles, and went on to earn her Masters in Music at the Peabody Institute with Benjamin Pasternack. She has participated in master classes for André Watts, Martin Canin, Oxana Yablonskaya, and Ronan O’Hora. Miss Lee has also concertized internationally at the AMEROPA Music Festival in Prague, as well as in Orvieto, Italy at Orvieto Musica. She was selected to perform in master classes for pianist and music theorist Robert Levin at the Summer Academy Mozarteum in Salzburg.

As a collaborative pianist, Doreen has received instruction from members of the Takács, Cassatt, and Tokyo Quartets as well as Jean Barr, Anne Epperson, and Jonathan Feldman. An avid performer of chamber music, Doreen has participated in various music festivals including the Bowdoin International Music Festival, Aspen Music Festival and School, and the Music Academy of the West. She is on the faculty of the University of Southern Alabama as Assistant Professor of Collaborative Piano.