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Tomoki Park

Pianist and Artistic Director

Korean pianist Tomoki Park has performed worldwide as a soloist and chamber musician, in venues including the Wigmore Hall and South Bank Center (London), Suntory Hall and Opera City (Tokyo), and Lincoln Center and Merkin Hall (New York). Praised by the Boston Globe as a “standout”, his rendition of Oliver Knussen’s piano music was noted as “performed sensitively... and among the highlights” by the New York Times.


Recent engagements include performances at the Portrait Pierre Boulez (Geneva), a Mozart recital at the Mozarteum (Salzburg), Nancarrow with Ensemble Modern (Kronberg), Bach and Takemitsu Double Piano Concertos with Peter Serkin and the Sacramento Philharmonic. Festival appearances include Marlboro Music, Klangspuren, Wittener Tage, and Tanglewood Music Center. Last season, he co-directed New York’s Andrew Park Foundation Composition Award, which commissioned new pieces inspired by the Korean resistance poet Yi Yuksa.               

Tomoki studied piano in the studios of Peter Serkin, Pascal Devoyon, and Tessa Nicholson, and composition with Dai Fujikura, Haris Kittos and Jonathan Cole. He is co-founder of the Charles Rosen Ensemble, a group based in Berlin’s Theater im Delphi, founded for the purpose of commissioning new works as well as for performing classical ensemble music. Tomoki was a member of the International Ensemble Modern Academy (‘19-20) in Frankfurt, Germany. He is the top prize winner of the 14th Young Artists’ Piano Competition in Tokyo and laureate of the 10th International Competition in Ettlingen.    

Born in Yokohama, Japan, Tomoki moved to the United Kingdom at age 11 to study at the Purcell School. He is a graduate of Berlin University of Arts and Bard College Conservatory of Music. Tomoki is currently based in Berlin. 

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