Meeyoun Park, pianist and visiting assistant professor at Murray State, will present her debut solo recital on March 3, at 6 p.m. in the Performing Arts Hall, on the second floor of the Doyle Fine Arts Building.
The free concert will feature works by Felix Mendelssohn, Ludwig van Beethoven, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Modest Mussorgsky.
A native of Seoul, Korea, Park has performed throughout the United States and abroad as both a soloist and collaborator. Her musical versatility has led to collaboration with both the Korean National Opera Company, and with renowned singers such as Virginia Zeani, Paul Kiesgen, Carol Vaness, Carlos Montane and Alice Hopper.
She has also participated in master classes with performers, including André Watts, Alicia de Larrocha and Marilyn Horne.
Park has worked extensively for the Indiana University Opera Theater as a vocal coach and rehearsal accompanist for numerous productions, and served as an associate instructor in piano. She has also been a staff accompanist at both DePauw University and the Oberlin Conservatory.
Park is a graduate of the Yonsei University in Seoul, where she earned a degree in piano performance. She continued her studies with Karen Shaw at Indiana University, earning the master of music, performer diploma and doctor of music degrees in piano performance.