Eunbae Lee holds a Master of Music degree from University of Michigan and a Bachelor of Music degree from Ewha Womans University in South Korea. Currently Eunbae is pursuing Doctor of Music degree in Piano performance at Indiana University. She is also working towards double minor in Music Theory and Chamber Music. Some musical highlights of Eunbae include winning Indiana University Concerto Competition, University of Michigan Concerto Competition, a two-time winner of Korea Daejeon Philharmonic Orchestra Concerto Competition, National Society of Arts and Letters Competition. Currently Eunbae works as a faculty in Collaborative Piano in Aurora University. She performs and coaches the faculty recitals, student recitals, chamber, choir, and musical theatre. Over 15 years of teaching experience, she has taught students from 4 year old to adults. She is an enthusiastic educator who is constantly searching for better approach to teach piano in all levels. Eunbae’s goal as a teacher is to bring joy to each lesson and enhance every student’s natural talent. Her belief is that music should be for everyone. Her students have won prizes from piano competitions and composition competitions. Eunbae is bilingual in English and Korean. She focuses on traditional piano, but welcomes all styles.