Jocelyn Lee was born in Singapore. By age 15, she attained her Licentiate Diploma in Piano Performance from the Royal School of Music and Trinity College of Music. Two years later, she received a full scholarship to pursue a Bachelor of Music at West Virginia University where she won the West Virginia MTNA, the WVU Young Artist Competition and performed as a soloist with the WVU Symphony Orchestra. In Summer 2016, she attended the Chautauqua Institution and most recently, won third in the West Virginia International Piano Competition. Lee earned a master’s degree at Indiana University Jacobs School of Music in 2017. After teaching in Indiana University Pre-College program and accompanying IU Ballet, she went on to pursue an advanced certificate in piano performance and pedagogy at NYU Steinhardt, where she is an instructor in Piano Studies. Currently, she is pursuing a doctorate degree in piano performance at Stony Brook University where she is appointed as a teaching assistant. Lee’s principal teachers include Christina Dahl, Eteri Andjaparidze, Emile Naoumoff, Peter Amstutz and P’ng Tean Hwa.