Korean Pianist Min Young Park has earned broad recognition for her talented artistry. She was awarded First Prize at the Chopin National Competition in Korea in 2000 at the age of thirteen, and after two years she won First Prize at Asia Chopin International Competition in Japan. In 2008 she was selected as winner at the concerto competition in Seoul National University, and she also won First Prize at the Harrison L. Winter Piano Competition at The Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University in 2014.

Park has given number of solo recitals which are; Kumho Young Artist Concert Series at Kumho Art Hall, Rising Talent of Young Pianists concert at Sejong Chamber Hall, solo recital at Leith  Symington Griswold Hall, Paul Hall of The Juilliard School, and Concert Hall of Seoul National University. She debuted in Baltimore, USA with Peabody Symphony Orchestra in 2015. Over the last decade, she has appeared with Prime orchestras, Seoul Arts High school orchestra and with Seoul National University Symphony Orchestra as a representative of university at Seoul Arts Center.

As an avid chamber musician, she has performed at The Carnegie Weill Hall, The Juilliard School, St. Paul’s Church of Columbia University in New York. Park was recently invited to the Music@Menlo, Taos Chamber Music Festival in U.S and the Festival “Aigues-Vives en Musiques” in France. She worked with Wu Han, David Finckle, Gilbert Kalish, Robert McDonald, Judith Ingolfsson, Vladimir Stoupel, Borromeo String Quartet, Brentano String Quartet, and Miro Quartet. She also participated in the Bowdoin International Music Festival in 2014 as a Kaplan Fellowship recipient. At diverse festivals, she has studied with renowned pianists such as Leon Fleisher, Richard Goode, Joseph Kalichstein, Arie Vardi, John O’conor, Naum Grubert, Matti Raekallio, among others.

Park graduated Summa cum laude from Seoul National University under the instruction of Ick Choo Moon. She completed her master of music at The Juilliard School with Etta Fischbach Feinberg, K. Bacon Memorial, Arthur Gold and Robert Fizdale Scholarships in 2013 and studied with Choong Mo Kang. She is currently pursuing a Doctoral Music of Arts with full Scholarship Award at The Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University, studying with Yong Hi Moon.