Jeong-Hwa Park has been actively teaching and performing as a soloist and chamber musician in South Korea and the United States. Ms. Park holds Master’s and Doctoral Degrees in piano performance from Arizona State University (ASU). She has won numerous awards including first prize in The Joseph and Ida Klatzkin Contemporary Solo Keyboard Music Competition and the Arizona State University (ASU) Piano Concerto Competition, and a Special Presentation Award from Artists International Presentations. Her concerto performance (Prokofiev Piano Concerto No. 1) with the ASU Symphony Orchestra was broadcast on public radio, KBAQ, in Arizona. In addition, her major performances include a New York debut recital at Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall, recitals at Yamaha Hall in New York City, Old First Concert Series in San Francisco, Gammage Auditorium in Arizona, Museum of Arts in Arizona, London Piano Festival, and Master Works Festival at Houghton College, New York. After earning her Master's Degree, she was invited to accompany the National Choir of Korea on tour, resulting in several concerts which were broadcast on Korean national television. In South Korea, she performed her solo recital at Dajeon Arts and Cultural Center and was invited by Buam Art Hall in Seoul to give a lecture recital. She also gave a performance at the College Music Society International Conference (2012) in Seoul as a collaborative pianist. Currently, Ms. Park is an adjunct faculty member at Nassau Community College; and serves on the piano faculty at Center for Preparatory Studies in Music at Queens College and Brooklyn Conservatory of Music.