Cholong Park

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Cholong Park is a pianist specializing in new music. She earned her Master of Music degree in Piano Performance from Florida State University where she studied under the guidance of Dr. David Kalhous. Throughout Cholong Park’s active music career, she has developed a wide range of repertoire and discovered that chamber music, contemporary works, and piano pedagogy are her forte.

She is a founding member of two chamber groups, an award-winning ensemble and 501(C)(3) non-profit arts organization What Is Noise, as well as mixed chamber ensemble Some Assembly Required. In May 2014, Park made her Carnegie Hall debut performing solo and ensemble works. Park released her first album with Justin Croushore entitled “Stuff” in Fall 2017 and her ensemble What Is Noise’s debut album “Equivocal Duration” in March 2019.  

Besides her music career as a pianist, she was a director of international affairs at DMZ International Music Festival in South Korea and serves as the artistic director of "Voices of North Korean Refugees," dedicated to raising funds for North Korean refugees.