Eun Lee is an educator, musician, and arts activist based in Queens, New York. Eun has been teaching in public school and after-school music programs throughout New York City since 2012, and is currently a Woodwinds and Musicianship Teaching Artist at the Corona Youth Music Project. She is also a head teacher in the Diller-Quaile School of Music's Early Childhood Outreach Program, where she works with young learners and provides professional development to staff in early childhood and day-care centers located throughout upper Manhattan. As a clarinetist, Eun has performed with various chamber and orchestral ensembles, and is a founding member of the Gusto Chamber Players; an ensemble which programs food and repertoire for intimate and interactive audience experiences.
In addition to her educational and musical activities, Eun is the founder and executive producer of The Dream Unfinished. Eun’s work in The Dream Unfinished’s inaugural season has been documented by media outlets such as WQXR, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, and Alex Ross' blog The Rest is Noise; and she has been invited to speak on The Dream Unfinished at institutions such as NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and the Dalton School. Eun graduated from Northwestern University's Bienen School of Music with a Bachelors in Music Education.