Pianist Sun Hwa Park has enjoyed her successful career as a pianist, a pedagogue, and a collaborative artist. Ms. Park has received a first prize from American Protégé International Competition of Romantic Music and Bradshaw and Buono International Competition in the United States, and various competitions in her native South Korea. She has also earned the David Garvey, Mary D. Bold Scholarship from University of Texas at Austin and Manhattan School of Music Scholarship for her entire school years. Ms. Park received an Honorable Award at her master’s degree graduation and Best Graduate recital Award. Ms. Park’s concerto appearances have included Musica Civica Philharmonic in Italy, Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra in U.S.A, Moravian Philharmonic, Plovdiv Philharmonic Orchestra, and Pleven State Philharmonic Orchestra in Bulgaria. Her solo performances have included at venues such as Carnegie Weill Hall, Merkin Hall, Steinway Hall in N.Y, Berlin Philharmonic Hall in Germany, Smetana Hall in Czech, and Seoul Arts Center, Kumho Art Hall, Yongsan Art Hall and Sejong Arts Center in South Korea. Ms. Park has also given collaborative performances in many notable venues and festivals including Tanglewood, Aspen Festival, and Quartet program. Ms. Park has served as a piano faculty for University of Texas at Austin, Continuing & Innovative Education Department and its pre-college division. As a collaborative artist, Ms. Park has worked for the woodwind and string department in Manhattan School of Music, Choral Society, Butler School of Music opera in Texas. Ms. Park has graduated with a bachelor of music in piano performance from Yonsei University in Seoul, South Korea, earned her master’s and doctoral degrees in piano performance from the University of Texas at Austin, and a professional studies certificate of classical accompaniment from Manhattan School of Music in the United States. Ms. Park is currently an adjunct faculty at Sejong University in South Korea and founder & artistic director of KIMA (Korea International Music Association) International Music Competition. Her women composer piano music CD recording was released in 2019 on DUX Label, followed by release concerts in New York, South Korea, UK, and Hungary in the 2021-2022 season.