Started at UWA: 2002
Appointed Concertmaster of Aria Award-Winning Australian Brandenburg Orchestra, 2015 onwards
Winner of the ABC Young Performers Award, 2007
UWA Graduate's Prize for Best Student at the School of Music, 2000
Bringing the mojo back to UWA strings
With an envious collection of sneakers, a love of basketball and epic daily bike rides, you don’t immediately think classical musician, but these are just some of the many quirks of violinist Shaun Lee-Chen.Read more
Acclaimed violinist returns to mentor new generation
Internationally celebrated violinist Shaun Lee-Chen will return to his alma mater to work closely with his former mentor, national violin icon Professor Paul Wright, when he joins The University of Western Australia's School of Music as Artist in Residence.Read more
Australian Brandenburg Orchestra's concertmaster
Paul Dyer, Artistic Director of the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra, today announces the appointment of Perth-based violinist Shaun Lee-Chen as Concertmaster for 2016.Read more
Music Teaching Without Words
This UWA Conservatorium of Music research project explores teaching music to children through imitation and play as part of the international Harmony Signing program.
Transformation: Music by Roger Smalley
Transformation: Music by Roger Smalley is a full-length album created by musicians from the UWA Conservatorium of Music, bringing together previously unrecorded works.
Health education literacy and mobility for musicians
This UWA Conservatorium of Music research project addresses the need for health education mobility and improved health literacy for musicians worldwide.
The Natural Order of Things for chamber orchestra
This research project is a commissioned piece of composition by James Ledger for the Australian Chamber Orchestra.
The Irwin Street Collective
The Irwin Street Collective brings together UWA Conservatorium of Music staff, alumni, current students and distinguished scholars and performers to research and perform music in historically informed styles.
Mississippi Swan: Daybew!
This UWA Conservatorium of Music research project generates a new album of work using an autonomous sound and visual installation.