Please join us for a special performance by award-winning pianist Chaeyoung Park at Schmitt Music Kansas City on Saturday, December 28th at 3:00 p.m. – free and open to the public!
Seating is limited. Please contact us to RSVP: call 913-663-4756 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your seats.
Watch Chaeyoung Park perform “Sonata in B-flat Major, K. 333” by Mozart on a Steinway & Sons Concert Grand Piano:
Winner of the 2019 Hilton Head International Piano Competition, twenty-one-year old pianist, Chaeyoung Park comes from Seoul and Kansas. She has received top awards in numerous national and international competitions, including Silver Medal at the 2016 Gina Bachauer International Young Artists Competition, 2017 Juilliard Gina Bachauer Competition, Third Prize at the 2015 Cleveland International Young Artists Piano Competition, Third Prize at the 2015 Yamaha USASU International Senior Piano Competition, Gold Medal in Music by the National YoungArts Foundation in 2014, and 2014 Arthur Fraser International Piano Competition.
She has performed in such halls as Orchestra Hall at Chicago Symphony Center, Merkin Hall at Kaufman Music Center in New York, Cleveland Museum of Art, Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, New World Center in Miami, Helzberg Hall at Kauffman Center for Performing Arts, Kodak Hall at Eastman School of Music and Lied Center of Kansas. She has performed with the Utah Symphony Orchestra, Kansas City Symphony, Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, Cantion Symphony Orchestra, New Millennium Symphony, and the Topeka Symphony Orchestra among others. As an avid chamber musician, she has most recently participated in Ravinia Steans Music Institute and Juilliard ChamberFest. She has worked with renowned artists such as Leon Fleisher, Jerome Lowenthal, Robert Levin, Boris Slutsky, Jorge Osorio, Michael Stern and John Perry.
After starting piano at age six in South Korea, Chaeyoung moved to Lawrence, Kansas, in 2007, and studied with Dr. Jack Winerock of the University of Kansas for eight years. She is currently studying at the Juilliard School with Robert McDonald where she is a proud recipient of a Kovner Fellowship.