Cheyenne Lee is a California-based violinist, who is an active chamber and orchestral musician. She has performed in such festivals as the Zodiac Music Academy and Hawaii Performing Arts Festival. She was given the opportunity to tour the UK with the Sacramento Youth Symphony when she was in high school. She was a member of the CSUN Symphony for four years and has performed as section principal and concertmaster. She was also a founding member of the chamber orchestra, Project Resonance, an ensemble that recorded original music, covers, arrangements, and everything in between. She has been invited to perform in master classes with violinist Sarah Plum at UC Davis. She has also had the opportunity to take private lessons from her, as well as Ignace Jang, concertmaster of the Hawai’i Symphony. She is a member of Pi Kappa Lambda Music Society and has received such scholarships and awards as the David and Krystyna Newman Violin Scholarship and the Greinetz Family Student Orchestra Scholarship.
She teaches privately a variety of levels and has coached the violin sections of the CSUN Youth Philharmonic. She received her BM from California State University Northridge, studying with Lorenz Gamma and Roberto Cani. She is continuing her master’s studies with Iggy Jang at University of Hawai’i at Manoa.