Sejoon Park was born to cellist parents in Seoul Korea, in 1990. He began piano studies at the age of six. His early accomplishments include orchestral debut with Busan Philharmonic Orchestra in Korean at the age of ten. He moved to the United States in 2001 and studied at the Levine School of Music in Washington, DC until 2006. Currently, he studies with Professor Boris Slutsky at Peabody Conservatory of Music. He also has worked with Piotr Palezny, John Perry, Peter Takacs, Larrisa Dedova, Nelita True, Natalya Antonova, and Lang Lang in master classes.
Mr. Park has won top prizes at numerous piano competitions, including Oberlin Conservatory International Piano Competition, the Pianoarts National Competition, Eastman International Piano Competition, Southeastern Piano Concerto Competition, and Aspen Music Festival Piano Concerto Competition. Mr. Park is the recipient of the Jack Kent Cook Scholarship Foundation in 2006 and was broadcasted nationally for performing on From the Top, NPR.
An active performer, Mr. Park frequently performs on major stage venues in Washington Metropolitan area, including the Kennedy Center Concert Hall, Alexandria Performing Art Center. He has also made solo appearance with orchestras such as; Eurasian Philharmonic, South Carolina Philharmonic, AACA Orchestra in Aspen Music Festival and School, and Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra.