Violinist Alice Lee enjoys a flourishing career as a soloist and chamber musician. As the second-prize winner at the International Fritz Kreisler Competition and Vienna Classic Strings competition, and the first-prize winner of the Shean Strings and Piano Competition and the OSM Manulife Competition, Alice has also been named as one of CBC’s 30 hot Canadian classical musicians under 30. At 11 years old, she debuted with the Victoria Symphony Orchestra under Tania Miller and since then has performed with orchestras worldwide. Additionally, she has made several radio recordings and broadcast live performances with CBC 2 In Concert. As a supporter of contemporary composers, Alice enjoys working on projects directed at contemporary music, including performing in the Erika Frieser Kammermusiktage Festival, in Salzburg, a festival celebrating contemporary compositions. Alice is pursuing her bachelor’s degree with Pierre Amoyal and Maxim Vengerov at the Mozarteum University Salzburg. She has studied at the Taylor Academy at the Royal Conservatory with teachers Barry Shiffman and Victor Danchenko.