Violinist Regina Park born in US, began her violin education through Suzuki training at the age of 6 in South Korea, and made her debut in the Kyunggi-do Violin Competition as the second prize winner at the age of 10. Since then, she has appeared in numerous competitions as a selected soloist, chamber, and orchestral musician in Chicago, Seattle, Michigan, and New York areas.
Dr. Park earned a Diploma in Seattle Conservatory of Music in addition to graduating high-school from Interlochen Arts Academy where she received Fine Arts Award in Music: Violin. As a scholarship student, she completed both Bachelor and Master’s degree from Eastman School of Music studying with Oleh Krysa. Continuing with her study, she completed Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Violin Performance at Stony Brook University in 2016, under the instruction of Hagai Shaham. Her other major instructor and chamber coaches include; Jennifer Frautschi, Philip Setzer, Cyrus Forough, Hal Grossman, Ron Patterson, Emerson String Quartet, Ying Quartet.
Since completing her Doctor’s degree, Dr. Park has been teaching at various community music schools, working as a private teacher and active musician in New York and New Jersey area.