Yun-Ting Lee joined the second violin section of The Cleveland Orchestra in 2013. A native of Taiwan, Mr. Lee grew up in Arizona, and holds bachelor and master degrees in music from the Cleveland Institute of Music, where he was a recipient of the Bennett Levine Memorial Award in Chamber Music. His principal teachers have included William Preucil, David Updegraff, Phyllis Skoldberg, and David Cerone. Mr. Lee has performed as soloist with the Cleveland Institute of Music, Music Academy of the West, Phoenix Youth Symphony, National Repertory, Phoenix Symphony, and Spoleto Festival USA orchestras. Mr. Lee’s performances have been heard on WCLV 104.9 and NPR’s “Performance Today. His chamber groups have performed in Japan, Korea, Taiwan, and throughout the United States. He has collaborated with members of the Juilliard, Cavani, and Tokyo String Quartets. Mr. Lee was invited to perform as guest concertmaster for Symphony Orchestra Augusta in Georgia fall of 2011. Principal 2nd violin appearances include Arizona Musicfest Orchestra and National Repertory Orchestra. He has also played in concerts with the San Diego Symphony, the Columbus Symphony Orchestra, and the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. Yun-Ting won a position with the Minnesota Orchestra in 2012, and has been a member of Canton Symphony Orchestra and CityMusic Cleveland. He is an alumnus of the New York String Orchestra Seminar, the Holland International Music Sessions, Encore School for Strings, and the Pacific Music Festival.