Jiji Park will be performing works by Bach, Mozart, Chopin, and two pieces from “huit preludes pour le piano” by Frank Martin, #3 tranquillo ma con moto and #8 vivace.
Jiji won First Prize in major competitions, such as The Korean Times competition, the Korean National Music Society Piano Competition, and many others. She participated in the Young Artist Competition when she came to the United States.
In the summer of 2007, Jiji was invited to one of the major international music festivals in Europe, the Schlern International Festival in Italy. In 2008, she was invited back by special invitation and was a finalist in the competition.
Jiji Park was a recipient of Peterson Scholarship Awards throughout her bachelor music degree at George Mason University and was selected to perform at the Jean Crooke Honor Recital and All Steinway recitals at George Mason. She also played viola with the George Mason University Symphony Orchestra. She is holding a master’s degree from George Mason and is studying with Brian Ganz.
Suggested Donation to the Tower Restoration Fund is $10
Performance followed by a reception.
Event begins at 3:30PM
Presented by: Church of the Holy City
Featured Artist(s): Jiji Park, piano