Since her mother gifted her with a violin at the age of two, Min Lee has been inseparable from music. She was eight years old when she won the Best Performer Award at the National Music Competition of Singapore. A year later, she left Singapore to further her musical studies at the University of Michigan with Professor Stephen Shipps. At the age of 11, she started working with Professor Vaclav Snitl at the Prague Academy. Min made her debut with the Singapore Symphony Orchestra when she was 12 at the inaugural President's Young Performers Concert. At 14, Min became the youngest student to be admitted for graduate studies at the Yale University, where she was schooled by the late, eminent violinist Erick Friedman, himself a protégé of Jascha Heifetz and Nathan Milstein. Professor Friedman said, “Ms Lee is one of the most astoundingly gifted violinists it has been my pleasure to meet and hear in my twenty-five years of teaching and fifty years of performing as a concert violinist. Probably, a more accurate definition of her talent is approaching ‘genius’, a word I do not use lightly.” She graduated in 2000 at 17. In that same year, she made her London debut at the Wigmore Hall followed by Performances at the Royal Festival Hall with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.