Jae Moon Lee
Jae-Moon Lee (born in Seoul) is a classical music composer. His orchestral and ensemble works have been presented in the UK, France, Spain, Italy, Austria, Slovakia, Mexico, Taiwan and South Korea. He is mainly based in the UK. In London, his ensemble works have been performed in the British Museum, and he wrote an orchestral piece for the London Symphony Orchestra as part of the Panufnik Young Composers Scheme.
EVEN DAYS / STAINED GLASS / MIRROR
Jae-Moon's orchestral work, Seven Days / Stained Glass / Mirror, written in his mid 20s was awarded the 1st prize at the Queen Sofia International Composition Prize, Spain, and premiered by the Spanish Radio and Television Orchestra. In this work, light, shadow and images of diverse stained glasses, which have many different colors, are shown in the place a composer imagines, and the images of raining on the stained glass are presented. The work has several varied dimensions. Between each dimension, there are surrealistically musical processes, and those elements are linked in unconventional ways.
National Biennale: WEYA 2012