Professor Rhee Kyung-mee teaches composition at the College of Music of Hanyang University. She received her B.A. (1985) and M.A. (1989) from Seoul National University, and her DMA in Musical Arts (1995) from Columbia University. While studying in the U.S.A, she taught Tonality, Aural and Sight Reading, and Music Fundamental as a lecturer at Columbia University.She has taught various courses such as History and Analysis of the 20th Century Music, Composition Seminar, Harmony, Counterpoints, Orchestration, and Tonal Music Analysis.Professor Rhee is the co-author of 3 books: Omni Ars-the Textbook for Music Theory(2005), Charles Edward Ives Research - Studies on 20th Century I(2000), and ohn Cage Research - Studies on 20th Century III (2000).As a composer, she has been composing various works in various genres such as contemporary music for Korean traditional instruments, chamber music, vocal music, and solo pieces. In her work, 'Construction III' was composed for two Kayakeums in 2006 and performed at Seoul Arts Center (2007), the National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts (2006, 2007), and Tongyeong International Music Festival (2006).She has also served as the vice-chairman of Contemporary Music Society of Korea since 2006, vice-chairman of the Asian Composers' League-Korea, and Executive Committee Member of the Association of Korean Composers.