Boram Lee has performed as a solo, chamber, and Orchestra Musician in South Korea and the United States. She received her Bachelor of Music and Master of Music from Kookmin University in South Korea. She also broadened her knowledge as she wrote the master’s thesis: A study of the B. Bartok Viola Concerto (in the aspect of its musical sources). After her Degrees, she served as violist at Mostly Philharmonic Orchestra and Euro-Asian Philharmonic Orchestra for four years in South Korea. In addition, she has internationally experienced as she participated as a musician in the Great Mountains Festival (South Korea) and New York Summer Music Festival.
Since 2014, Boram built her job career and knowledge in New Jersey and New York. She studied music business at Bergen College and got admitted into New York University. During her school years, she also contributed to train younger students in a few youth orchestra at Korean Community Center and Asian-American Community Center. Moreover, she has had many students getting into the regional and all-state orchestra and helped students get into Julliard and Manhattan Pre-schools while she was performing as the principal chair of Bergen Oratorio Symphony Orchestra and the foundation member of Jersey City Philharmonic Orchestra in New Jersey.
As a musician and an educator, Boram has performed violin and viola in various repertoires and privately worked with students of a wide range of ages and skill levels.