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Praised by critics for her “astounding virtuosic gifts”(Boston Herald) and “stunning and rich-toned” sound (The New York Times), Tricia Park, violin, is a recipient of the prestigious Avery Fisher Career Grant and was selected as one of "Korea's World Leaders of Tomorrow" by the Korean Daily Central newspaper. Since appearing in her first orchestral engagement at age 13 with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Ms. Park has performed with the English Chamber Orchestra, St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, and National Symphony Orchestra of South Africa; the Montreal, Dallas, Cincinnati, Seattle, Honolulu, Nevada, and Lincoln Symphonies; and the Calgary, Buffalo, and Westchester and Naples Philharmonics. She has also given recitals throughout the US and abroad, including a highly acclaimed performance at the Ravinia Rising Stars series. As First Violinist of the Maia Quartet from 2005-2011, she performed at Lincoln Center, the 92nd Street Y, and Beijing’s Forbidden City Hall and was on faculty at the University of Iowa.
Ms. Park received her Bachelor and Master of Music from the Juilliard School where she studied with Dorothy DeLay and was a recipient of the Starling-DeLay Teaching Fellowship. Currently, Ms. Park is Assistant Professional Specialist and Artist-in-Residence at the University of Notre Dame.