A native of Seoul, South Korea, Dongho Lee was awarded both the First
Prize (the Lilian Murtagh Memorial Prize) and the Audience Prize in the
2010 American Guild of Organists’ National Young Artists
Competition in Organ Performance.
Ms. Lee’s education includes undergraduate and graduate degrees
from Yonsei University in Korea where she studied with Dr. Tong-Soon
Kwak. During her studies in Korea, she also served as organist of Seoul
Anglican Cathedral. In 2004, she moved to the United States to continue
her studies with Dr. Martin Jean at Yale University and the Yale
Institute of Sacred Music, from which institution she earned a second
master’s degree and was awarded the Julia R. Sherman Prize for
excellence in organ playing. Ms. Lee is currently completing her
doctoral studies at Indiana University (Jacobs School of Music) where
she is a student of Dr. Christopher Young.
Ms. Lee now resides in Durham, North Carolina, where she plays weekly
hour-long demonstrations of the organs of Duke University Chapel, and
serves as music director and organist at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church
in Fayetteville, North Carolina.