Korean-American violinist Yoonhee Lee is based in Boston and performs around the world. Yoonhee has premiered and recorded numerous works by composers such as Rebecca Saunders, Sir Harrison Birtwistle, Richard Barrett, and Nina Young. Other composers with whom she has worked closely include Enno Poppe, Georg Friedrich Haas, Kaija Saariaho, Beat Furrer, Jörg Widmann, Lei Liang, and Shiuan Chang. She is the dedicatee of a solo violin piece by Italian composer Simone Cardini, titled Ramificazioni d'indistinto (2018). Notable festival appearances include Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, Festival d’automne à Paris, Musikfest Berlin, Holland Festival, Jonge Harten Festival, Yellow Barn, Musica nova Helsinki, and Prussia Cove International Musicians Seminar.
Yoonhee received a Bachelor of Music and Master of Music degrees from the New England Conservatory, where she studied with the late Masuko Ushioda. She received an additional Master of Music degree from Conservatorium van Amsterdam, where she attended as a recipient of the Frank Huntington Beebe Fund for Study Abroad under the tutelage of Vera Beths and the late Anner Bijlsma.