Commended as a "sweet-toned soloist" by the Cincinnati Enquirer, violinist Miss Jessica Park has been called an "exceptional talent" by the Frankfurter Neue Presse. Miss Park debuted as the youngest soloist to perform with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra at the age of nine in 1993. Since then, she has appeared as a soloist on the international stage at prestigious venues such as the Vienna Konzerthaus, Seoul Arts Center, Cologne Philharmonie, Shanghai Grand Theatre, Alice Tully Hall, and many others. Miss Park recorded on the ex Goodman del Gesu with the Starling Chamber Orchestra for the compact disc "The Four Seasons, and garnered critical acclaim from American Record Guide for her interpretation of Wieniawski's Legend, Op. 17 on the compact disc "Aspen Serenade." She was honored to be one of the young artists chosen to perform at the gala concert of the Karl Bohm Foundation in Graz, Austria.
A passionate chamber musician, Miss Park has performed in various ensembles at such concert spaces as the New York Historical Society, Morgan Library, the Metropolitan Museum, and other locales in the greater tri-state area. Lately, she was featured performing the Mozart String Quartet in G Major, K. 387 on WMHT FM Radio WQXR "Young Artists' Showcase" presented by Bob Sherman. Miss Park has been musically active in New York since coming to the city as a freshman in 2002. She received her bachelor and master of music degrees from the Juilliard School, and recently obtained a professional studies diploma from Mannes College of Music.
Believing that live performance is a dialogue between performer and audience, Miss Park is committed to creating musical presentations that speak and relate to patrons through programming, instrumentation, and enthusiasm.