Korean pianist Min Young Park is an immersive and active soloist and chamber musician. The winner of the 2014 Harrison L. Winter Concerto Competition at the Peabody Conservatory, Park has earned broad recognition for her talented artistry. She made her U.S. debut with the Peabody Symphony Orchestra in 2015 and has appeared as a soloist with the Prime Philharmonic Orchestra (South Korea), Seoul National University Symphony Orchestra, and Seoul Arts High School Orchestra. She has appeared on the Kumho Art Hall Young Artist Concert Series and Rising Talent of Young Pianists Series (both in South Korea) and has given solo recitals at the Peabody Conservatory’s Friedberg and Griswold Halls and at Paul Recital Hall at the Juilliard School. As an avid chamber musician, she has performed in prestigious venues such as the Taos Community Auditorium at the Taos Center for the Arts, Weill Hall, Alice Tully Hall, St. Paul’s Chapel at Columbia University, and Studzinski Recital Hall at Bowdoin College. A recent alumna of Taos School of Music, Min Young Park is also a Kaplan Fellowship recipient from the Bowdoin International Music Festival. She has been coached by world-renowned chamber and solo musicians such as Robert McDonald, John O’Conor, Naum Grubert, Matti Raekallio, and Mack McCray, as well as members of the Borromeo, Brentano, and Miró String Quartets. She has appeared in master classes with Leon Fleisher, Richard Goode, Joseph Kalichstein, Arie Vardi, John Perry, Oliver Kern, and Alexander Toradze. Min Young Park graduated summa cum laude from Seoul National University and completed her master of music degree at the Juilliard School. She is currently pursuing a doctoral music of arts degree on full scholarship at the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University under the tutelage of Yong Hi Moon.