Soyeon Park

Lecturer, Piano Pedagogy

Soyeon Park

DMA, Northwestern University

Pianist Soyeon Park has performed in the United States, Canada, and South Korea as a soloist and chamber musician. She has performed concertos with the Hope College Symphonette, Hope College Wind Symphony, Orchestra of St. Vincent and the Good Samaritan Symphony Orchestra. As a chamber musician, she has collaborated with many artists, such as violinist Charles Castleman, Er-Gene Kahang and members of Grand Rapids Symphony. She has also presented performances at Lincoln Center, Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, Northwestern University, Bradley University, Hope College, Aspen Music Festival, and Las Vegas Music Festival.

Soyeon Park received a bachelor's degree in music from the Juilliard School under Herbert Stessin. She went on to receive a master of music in piano performance with pedagogy emphasis, and a graduate performance diploma from the Peabody Conservatory of Music under Ann Schein and Marian Hahn. At Northwestern, she received a doctor of music degree in piano performance under Alan Chow, Marcia Bosits, and Karen Kan-Walsh. Dr. Park currently teaches private lessons in the Northwestern Music Academy and keyboard skills classes in the Bienen School. In addition, she is an active chamber musician and adjudicator in Chicago area and is a member of MTNA. She also serves as a piano faculty at the Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp during the summer.