Born and raised in America, Korean-American violinist Eunice Park has been a classical musician for 10 years. She has a deep-rooted passion for teaching serious students and teaches with promise, diligence, and love. Although she is currently a high school student, she is also a senior at the Manhattan School of Music Pre-college division, and has studied under several renown professors, including (but are not limited to) Xiao Wang (Queen Elisabeth Competition finalist and Curtis graduate), and Elizabeth Chang (Juilliard pre-college professor). Park is willing to put extra time and effort to ensure her students their quick and steady improvement and nurture her students to the best of her abilities in order to help them succeed. Park has created many recordings and won several awards, including the New York International Competition of YWCA, American Protege Competition, the NJIO Concerto Competition, the NJMTA Young Musician Competition, and a couple community service awards. Since age 12 she has performed in many different summer festivals, including the Saarburg Music Festival in Germany, Green Mountain Chamber Music Festival, and the Manhattan in the Mountains intensive summer camp, and made her official debut on stages including Merkin Hall and Carnegie Hall. Although Park is currently a student, she never fails to teach with vigor and a good heart. "If the student is a hardworker," she explains. "Then I will naturally be twice as hardworking. I'm that crazy teacher that will phone her student at 6am to make sure he or she is practicing." Park accepts beginner students through advanced students. Please contact her for further concerns or inquiries.
Ms. Park is always honest. She's the most trustworthy teacher. Worth your time and money.
Her lessons with my daughter were amazing. Every single one. Never before have we had a teacher so motivated and caring as her. Highly recommend.
Basics. Always basics. Once someone has a strong foundation, they are unshakable.
I offer three different lesson times. Depending on how eager a student is, he or she may ask for a 1 hour, 1.5 hour, or 2 hour lesson. How much I charge is as follows:
I have worked with many beginner or intermediate students. They were always open to change and were therefore easy to work with. What matters most to me is how motivated or hardworking a student of mine is.
In all fairness, at the end of the day it is the student's decision whether or not they want to stay with a certain teacher. Every student will at least once in their lifetime have a teacher who just "clicks" with them. It is important to recognize this as a serious student and to make sure that they keep connecting with teachers who put their everything into teaching a student.