|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||From The Earth To The Spheres Vol. 6||3||Audio||2006||A Silent Place|
|3||I Saw The Ghost Of An Unknown Soul And It Said...||6||Audio||2008||Ecstatic Peace!|
|4||Check For Monsters||4||Audio||2009||Emanem|
|6||The Bleeding Edge||11||Audio||2011-11-10||psi (3)|
|7||Cold / Burn||2||Audio||2012||Feeding Tube Records|
|10||Wake Up Awesome||15||Audio||2013||Software Records|
|11||Wake Up Awesome||15||Audio||2013-11-00||Software Records|
|12||Look Right||7||Audio||2013-03-05||LJ Records (2)|
|13||57 Answers||3||Audio||2013-01-23||Audition Records|
Cellist Okkyung Lee is one of the most dynamic forces in improvised music today, a fearless and powerful performer whose playing incorporates a love of noise, extended technique and elements from the outer fringes of contemporary composition.
A native of Korea, Okkyung Lee has been developing her own voice in a contemporary cello performance and improvisation. Using her classical training as a springboard, she incorporates jazz, sounds, Korean traditional music, and noise with extended techniques.
Since moving to New York in 2000, she has performed and recorded with numerous artists such as Derek Bailey, Jaap Blonk, Nels Cline, Anthony Coleman, Mark Dresser, Shelley Hirsch, Susie Ibarra, Vijay Iyer, Eyvind Kang, Alonzo King, Christian Marclay, Raz Mesinai, Min Xiao-Fen, Thurston Moore, Ikue Mori, Lawrence D. “Butch” Morris, Jim O’Rourke, Zeena Parkins, Marc Ribot, Marina Rosenfeld, Elliott Sharp and John Zorn to name a few.
Okkyung holds dual bachelor’s degrees in film scoring/contemporary writing & production from Berklee College of Music, and master’s degree in contemporary improvisation from New England Conservatory of Music.