Shuan Hern Lee
Australia | Age 16

Final Round Concerto – Saturday, June 8, 2019 – 3:12 p.m. CDT
Dallas Symphony Orchestra  I  Ruth Reinhardt, Conductor
Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center  I  Dallas, Texas, USA

RACHMANINOV Concerto No. 3 in D Minor, op. 30

Australian pianist Shuan Hern Lee has performed across his country and Europe, and in the United States, China, Russia, and Indonesia, including appearances with the Minnesota, Moscow State, Ukraine, Armenia, Western Australia, and Jakarta Symphony Orchestras. He has been with his teacher, Yoon Sen Lee, for 14 years—since he was 2½ years old. He currently studies at the University of Western Australia, and also with Ingrid Fliter at the International Piano Academy Incontri Col Maestro in Imola, Italy. Among his many accolades are 11 first-place finishes at international piano competitions around the world. In his time away from the piano, he likes playing table tennis and with nerf guns, writing poetry, and studying philosophy.

“I believe that classical music and art will be one of the most important subjects in life for centuries to come. Technology is advancing at a terrifying and amazing speed, but no matter how advanced AI or robotics will turn out to be, music can never be substituted.”