Michelle Lee is from Orange County and has been involved with music her whole life starting with marching band, concert band, symphonic orchestra, jazz band, drumline, choir, and classical piano. She started playing the piano at the age of eight. She taught students since high school and continued her path as a piano teacher ever since. She has taught students who wanted to learn piano as a simple hobby (playing their favorite pop song, musical, classical, etc.) and for a career (preparing for college, Certificate of Merit tests, etc.). Michelle has completed all levels of the Certificate of Merit tests and participated in the Certificate of Merit Bach Music Festival. She mainly focuses on note reading, scales, and good posture, but also loves to approach students in a fun and easy-going way. She believes the importance of not only piano skills, but also the comfortable relationship with the students.
Michelle is a graduate of University of California Irvine in 2012 with a degree in classical piano performance and University of Southern California Scoring for Motion Picture and Television (SMPTV) in 2013.
Michelle recently worked at Sony Pictures Entertainment as Assistant Music Editor with Todd Bozung. Some of the movies she worked on include: "About Last Night", "Think Like A Man Too", "The Wedding Ringer", and "Horrible Bosses 2".