Andrew Lee. Over the past decade, Lee has performed across the United States in some of America's greatest venues as a pianist and violinist, including: The White House, George Washington's Masonic Temple and Carnegie Hall. In addition to serving as the Artistic Director of the D.C. Strings Workshop (DCSW), Lee has performed as a violinist with the Colour of Music Festival in Charleston, SC and most recently Ray Chew's December 2016 "Night of Inspiration" at Carnegie Hall where he collaborated with world-class musicians and soloist including Donnie McClurkin, Yolanda Adams, Dionne Warwick, and Shirley Caesar.
Andrew has been a first violinist with the Symphony Orchestra of Northern Virginia, Howard University Orchestra, D.C. Concert Orchestra, Elegy Orchestra, Alfred Street Baptist Church Orchestra, Metropolitan AME Orchestra, and Dupont Circle Symphony. He has also performed on tour with Conductor Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops.
After earning his degree in music from Furman University School of Music, Lee aspires to pursue graduate studies in music education and conducting. He has studied conducting with Nevilla Ottley-Adjahoe, piano with Dr. Ruby Morgan, and violin with Virgilio Joven and Phyllis Flemming.