Concert Pianist, Christine K. Lee (Kyungsin Kim), is the Pianist for the KUMCGW and the Director of Handbell Choir. She was the Research Professor at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls for piano performing.
In Korea, she was the professor of piano performing at Hyup-Sung University and Bae-jae University. She is a graduate of San Francisco Conservatory of Music, where she got her M.M. in piano performance. There she studied with Professors Adolph Baller and Mack McCray. At Indiana University, she studied with Professor Edward Auer and worked with Professor Mimi Zweig in the Indiana University Summer Festival and the String Academy as a Piano Accompanist.
She participated in many recitals around the world. In Korea, she gave solo recitals at Sejong Cultural Center, Seoul Hoam Art Hall, Kumho Art Hall, Seoul Youngsan Art Hall, Hanjeon Artspool Center, and Ewon Cultural Center. In the United States, she performed at Catholic University, James Madison University, University of Wisconsin-River Falls Abot Hall, Madison Convention Center in Wisconsin, Cultural Center in California, Ford Hall in Indiana University, and Hellman Hall in San Francisco. In Hannover, Germany, she performed with the Hannover Chamber Orchestra for the 250th Anniversary Bach Festival as a guest performer. She has also performed with the Seoul Prime Orchestra in Korea (Beethoven Concerto No. 5 “Emporer”), and the San Francisco Conservatory of Music Orchestra. She performed many Benefit Recitals in Stanford University Dinkelspiel Auditorium for the fundraising for the vic/ms of the L.A. riot sponsored by the Korea Times and KBS in California, and at Baltimore and the greater Washington DC area. She recently performed at Bethlehem University in Israel.