Keyboard and saxophone alums prepare for Carnegie Hall recital

USC Thornton Keyboard Collaborative Arts alumna ChoEun Lee (DMA ’13) performed at the inaugural concert of the Lotusflower New Music Project in March, hosted by the USC Pacific Asia Museum in Pasadena. Lotusflower is a series focused around artists and productions that embrace multiculturalism.

In May, Lee prepared and conducted a contemporary Latin American opera by Robert Xavier Rodriguez, entitled La Curandera, at the California State University San Bernadino, where she works as a staff accompanist and musical/vocal coach.

Lee will join fellow Thornton alumnus Michael Couper (DMA ’12, saxophone) for a recital at Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall in New York City in October.

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