Henry Helyong Lee
            Violinist & Conductor

Violinist Henry Lee is a
twenty-year veteran of the
New Orleans Philharmonic
Orchestra. He is also the
former proprietor of the
ever-popular four-star
restaurant, Genghis Khan.
For twenty-eight years
Genghis Khan Restaurant
has entertained patrons
with classically trained
singing waiters with Lee
performing nightly.
He conducts the
New Orleans Korean
Choir and First Korean
Baptist Church Choir.
Schedule: 2016  
Jan 5-10 Dallas, TX
Jan 18-25 Palm Beach, FL
Feb 13-20 Houston, TX
March 3 Lafayette, LA
March 4 Beaumont, TX
March 8 Mobile, AL
March 12-18 Dallas, TX
Apr 2-11 Houston, Austin TX
Apr 16-18 Mobile, & Pensicola
Apr 23, 24 New Orleans, LA
May 7, Baton Rouge, LA
May 8-13 Dallas, TX
May 18-24 Palm Beach, FL
June 22-27 Houston & Austin, TX
July 9-16 Dallas, TX
July 24-29 Tampa, Clearwater, FL
Aug 14-22 Houston & Austin, TX
Sept 10-16 Dallas, TX
Sept 23-30 Palm Beach, FL
Oct 8-16 Houston, TX
Nov 4-8 Clearwater, FL
Nov 11-18 Dallas, TX
Dec 14-20 Houston, TX
Lee received his music performance degree from the
prestigious Seoul National University in Seoul. South Korea
where he was a "Dong-ah" Competition medalist. Lee
performed as first violinist for KBS Orchestra and
appeared as a featured soloist for the Seoul Philharmonic
Subscription Concerts. Lee had been invited to study in the
States by the prominent Fine Art Quartet at the University of
Wisconsin, Milwaukee. He then pursued has graduate
degree at LSU studying violin
performance and conducting.

He was elected concertmaster of the New Orleans Summer Pops
Orchestra. Lee has performed all over the world, including New
York's Carnegie Hall, Vienna's Musikverein, Chatelet Theatre
Musical de Paris and throughout concert halls of Hamburg,
Munich, Frankfurt, Basil, Stuttgart, Bonn, Milan, Mexico City,
and Geneva. Henry Lee performs on a circa 1760 Giuseppe
Gagliano and averages 270 concerts a year. Since 2005, Lee has
prodiously performed nationwide for private functions including
San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, San Diego, Chicago,
Dallas, Houston, Austin, New York, Palm Beach and Seoul,