We recently announced our 2011 Anthony Quinn Foundation Scholarship Recipients and now we’re excited to help you get to know this talented group of students a little better. The first of these is Megan Lee, a pianist from Hudson, OH who is in the 9th grade at Huson High School. She will be using her scholarship to attend the Pre-College Division of the Cleveland Institute of Music: Summer Sonata Program. Please join us in congratulating Megan and wishing her the best this summer and in the future as she continues her musical path.
Though it is often hectic to juggle numerous lessons, practicing, recitals, competitions, and concerts, I feel blessed to have music in my life. Another interest of mine has always been science and biology. I would like to double major in music and science when I go to college. With the technology today, I have always seen myself working in a lab, finding innovative discoveries to help the people of the world. Regardless of what does happen, though, music will hold a special and irreplaceable place in my heart forever.
What do you do for fun? Do you have any interesting or unusual hobbies?
I love capturing memories and the beauty of nature with my camera; photography allows me to express the appreciation I have for the world around me. I am truly thankful for the unconditional love and support my family has always given me; I treasure any free time I am able to spend with them.
What is something unique about you that you would like people to know?
I have an infectious, embarrassingly loud laugh that seems to explode from nowhere. Also, I am ambidextrous (which comes in handy for piano).
Click here to watch Megan playing “Gargoyles Op. 29 – I. Presto” by Lowell Liebermann as a finalist in the 2012 David D. Dubois Piano Festival and Competition in Bowling Green, Ohio. For an audio recording, click here.