Praised for her commanding stage presence and elegant musicianship, Dr. Woobin Park has appeared throughout the United States and South Korea in solo and chamber recitals as well as performances as soloist with orchestra. She has performed in distinguished concert venues including Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, Steinway Hall in New York, and Strathmore Hall in Washington D.C., Elizabeth Horowitz Performing Arts Center and Montpelier Arts Center in Maryland, Tedmann Concert Hall in Minneapolis and Auer Concert Hall in Bloomington, Indiana.

Dr. Park was a full-time piano professor at Winona State University in Minnesota, and currently serves on the piano faculty at Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland. In addition, she is a member of the College Music Society and MTNA (Music Teachers National Association). She was often invited to be a Judge for the many competitions including Finals of 2014 MTNA Young Artist Competition-Wisconsin and Senior Piano Duet Competition by attending 2014 MTNA National Conference at Chicago

Recently, She was invited for solo recital (Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert Series) in August 2015 at Preston Bradley Hall of the Chicago Cultural Center. The Recital was broadcast live by WFMT fine arts radio. She also selected as a performer for the recording project “The 23 greatest solo piano works” with professor Robert Greenberg PhD. The CD and DVD were set for release in October 2013.

As a music collaborator, Dr. Park has been an active advocate and a member of St Thomas Trio, also appearing in Major Venues. In March 2017, She is engaged to perform with cellist Se-Doo Grace Park, member of Baltimore Symphony Orchestra at the Washington College Concert Series. She is also invited to perform with Formosa quartet, Winners of the First Prize and the Amadeus Prize at the London International String Quartet Competition in 2006, for upcoming their concert series in Washington D.C.

She is a winner of numerous competitions including Los Angeles Liszt International Piano Competition, where she was also awarded “Best Performance of the Required Work,” San Nicola di Bari International Piano Competition in Italy, Bradshaw & Buono International Piano Competition, University of Minnesota Concerto Competition, and American Protégé International Competition of Romantic Music.

Dr. Park received the Master of Music degree in piano performance from Indiana University Bloomington, and the Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.

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