Jeong-Hwa Park received her doctoral and master’s degree in piano performance from Arizona State University. She has been actively teaching and performing as a soloist and chamber musician both in the U.S.A and South Korea. She has performed at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, LeFrak Concert Hall at Queens College in New York City as a guest artist, Gammage Auditorium in Tempe, Arizona, as a soloist with the Arizona State University Symphony Orchestra, Katzin Concert Hall in Tempe, Arizona, Museum of Arts in Sun City, Arizona, Masterworks Festival at Houghton College and Dajeon Arts and Cultural Center in South Korea. She also accompanied The National Choir of Korea, gave a lecture recital at Buam Art Center in Seoul, and participated in the CMS International Conference as one of the presenters. She has won numerous competitions including first prize in the Arizona State University Piano Concerto Competition, first prize in The Joseph and Ida Kletzkin Contemporary Keyboard Competition and a Special Presentation Award from Artists International Presentations in New York.
Her teaching skill comes from not only long-time teaching experience based on the teaching knowledge as an educator but also her performance ability as a performer. Many of her students regularly perform in recitals and competitions. Upon arriving in New York, she joined the piano faculty at LECPSM (Lawrence Eisman Center for Preparatory Studies in Music) at Queens College and received Suzuki teacher training from Sheila Keats at The School for Strings, New York City.