Soprano Su-kyoung Lee was born in Tong Young City (near Busan) in South Korea. Since an early age she started her vocal training in Khaborovsk, Russia, in 1999 after graduating from the Music College there, she came to Moscow and entered the vocal faculty of the Moscow P.I. Tchaikovsky Conservatory, class of Prof. K. Kadinskaya. She specialized in solo singing and opera. In 2006 she graduated from the conservatory with excellent results. After that she was admitted to the post-graduate school of the conservatory . In October 2009 she graduated from the post-graduate school and received her DMA (Doctor of Musical Art) degree. During her studies Lee performed in the Grand Hall of the conservatory, singing the role of Mini in Puccini’s “La Bohème”, also gave chamber theme recitals like “Rachmaninoff and his time” (May 2008) and “History of German vocal art: from JS Bach to R. Strauss”(October 2009).

Lee is an active participant of music festivals and concerts in various concert halls, museums, churches in Russia, Europe, Korea, China, Hong Kong and Macao. Her repertoire includes opera roles and art songs of Western European and Russian composers of various epochs and styles, and also art songs and folk songs of Korea and China. Lee is especially devoted to the interpretation of music by Richard Strauss, Puccini, and the Russian composers such as Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov and Rachmaninoff.

In May 2008, Lee became a laureate in the Music Competition “VI Pushkin Festival” in Moscow. In June 2009, Lee won the 2nd prize in the International Music (Vocal) Competition “Art of the 21st Century” in Finland.