Anna Ji Eun Lee, known professionally as Anna Lee, is a Korean-born American violinist. She made her professional orchestral debut at the age of 6 with the Singapore Symphony Orchestra. Anna Lee was born in Seoul, South Korea. She began violin lessons at the age of 4 with her father in Seoul, and soon after her family moved to Singapore, began formal training with Alexander Suptel. A year and a half later, she gave a sold-out concert at the age of 6 at the Victoria Concert Hall, performing the first movement of Paganini’s Violin Concerto No. 1 at the invitation of Maestro Lan Shui, music director of the Singapore Symphony Orchestra.
A few months later, she and her family moved to New York after being accepted into the Juilliard Preparatory Department in order to study with Masao Kawasaki. Lee completed her studies with Masao Kawasaki and Cho-Liang Lin and graduated from Juilliard Preparatory School and Dalton School in 2013. She then enrolled at Harvard College with a degree in Comparative Literature and took several sabbaticals to adjust to it. performing career, eventually graduating in May 2020. She also completed a formal study abroad program in Paris, where she took courses in critical theory, media studies, and comparative literature at the Sorbonne and the New Sorbonne. While living in Boston, Lee studied privately with Miriam Freed and Donald Weilerstein; in the period from 2014 to 2017 she studied with Ana Chumachenko at the Kronberg Academy.