“One could hardly heap too much praise on the pianist Sejoon Park”—The Philadelphia Inquirer
Sejoon Park has captured top prizes from the New Orleans International, PianoArts, and Southeastern piano competitions, and is the recipient of the King Award for Young Artists. He has appeared as soloist with the Charleston Symphony Orchestra, the Incheon, Seongnam, and Louisiana philharmonic orchestras; the Salina and Bay-Atlantic symphonies; Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra; and the Eurasian and South Carolina philharmonics. He has also performed for the United Nations and Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, and has appeared in the Kennedy Center, Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall, and the Smithsonian Museum. A PianoArts Fellow and former Volunteer Artist for Sing for Hope, he holds degrees from the Peabody Institute of The Johns Hopkins University and The Juilliard School.