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(n. sound or call in Seminole Creek)

Praised by The New York Concert Review for “a solid foundation of fluent pianism” after her debut at Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall, Korean pianist Eun-Hee Park enjoys a career as a soloist, collaborative pianist, and educator.  She has given numerous concerts and masterclasses throughout the United States, South Korea, Japan, Italy, Brazil, and Costa Rica. Park's passion for chamber music has led her to many prestigious venues such as Pan-Music Festival (South Korea), OK Mozart Festival, and Durango Chamber Music Festival. As a recording artist, she released albums on the Naxos, Emeritus, Navona Records, and Capstone labels, of which were featured on NPR stations and Korean Broadcasting System. Gramophone reviews on a particular album "Gulfstream" that “Pianist Eun-Hee Park's fast, light-fingered touch...[that] provides numerous moments of purely physical delight."

Dr. Park currently serves as staff pianist at the Hartt School, faculty at Westport School of Music. Previously, she was on the faculties at the University of Southern Mississippi, Chapel Hill International Chamber Music Workshop, and the Southern Mississippi Piano Institute. As a highly sought-after educator, Park became a Steinway Educational Parner and has held educational residencies at Escape2Create at Seaside Institute Florida, the Albany Symphony Orchestra, the Tallahassee Youth Orchestras, and the Costa Rican-North American Cultural Center.

Dr. Eun-Hee Park received degrees from the Florida State University (DM), Oklahoma City University (MM), and Colorado Mesa University (BA).  Her teachers include Carolyn Bridger, Amy I-Lin Cheng, Ernestine Scott, and Michael Baron, Timothy Olsen (Organ), and Karyl Louwenaar (Harpsichord).