A native of Seoul, South Korea, Eun Park joined the DSO in March, 2006.
Winner of the Starling Awards Competition, she has worked with such distinguished artists as Joseph Silverstein, Pamela Frank, Isidore Cohen and Malcom Lowe as well as the Tokyo, Juilliard and Emerson String Quartets. She made her solo debut with the Madri Chamber Orchestra in Korea then made several others including the Woodlands Symphony Orchestra while serving as their concertmaster of 2001-02. During school, she served as concertmaster of the Eastman Philharmonia, Eastman School Symphony and Shepherd School Symphony Orchestra. She has been invited to many international music festivals serving as concertmaster at the Tanglewood Music Center, and as assistant concertmaster at the Pacific Music Festival in Japan, New York String Seminar, Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival in Germany. She was the guest associate concertmaster for the Daejeon Philharmonic in Korea in their Mozart and Mahler Festival and was invited as one of the youngest guest artist for the Music in the Mountains Festival in Colorado.
As an active chamber musician, she is a former member of the Artésan String Quartet giving numerous performances and also appearing with the faculty of the Eastman School of Music. In Texas, she appeared frequently as a performing artist at the Spectrum Chamber Music Series. Outside the classical music world, she has been a member of the GG electric string quartet performing artists, performing around Texas, Florida, New Orleans, and Las Vegas.
Eun began playing the violin at the age of nine and continued her studies at the Sun Hwa Arts School. In 1996, she moved to the States entering the Eastman School of Music studying with Charles Castleman where she earned her Bachelor’s Degree and Rice University with Kathleen Winkler earning her Master’s degree with Full Tuition Award and the C.Lummis Award. She was a member of the Fort Worth Symphony prior to coming to the DSO.