Cheyenne Lee teaches violin in the San Fernando Valley and surrounding areas. Originally from Sacramento, Cheyenne has played in school orchestras for most of her musical life and was a member of the Sacramento Youth Symphony for six years, including the top level orchestra with whom she participated in an orchestral tour of the UK with. Cheyenne has also participated in several summer music festivals, including the Zodiac Music Academy and Festival in France, the Hawaii Performing Arts Festival, and the CSU Summer Arts festival. She is a member of the CSUN Symphony, and has held principle and concertmaster positions. Cheyenne is currently fulfilling her undergrad degree at CSUN as a Violin Performance major.
She is an active chamber musician as well, and has been a member of various chamber groups throughout her college career. Furthermore, Cheyenne has coached youth groups, such as violin sections in the CSUN Youth Orchestra. She has had experience teaching at Robert Frost Middle School as part of a college music course. Cheyenne’s passion for the violin and making music began at the age of six and she would love to help others find and nurture their passion for music. She greatly enjoys working with students of all ages and hopes to guide them in their musical education so that they can progress in their creative inclinations and develop their abilities as a violinist.
Cheyenne is also a pet lover and has grown up with Doberman Pinschers. She enjoys listening to all sorts of music, including classical, alternative, jazz, and R&B to name a few. She has also practiced martial arts with her father since she was six.