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    2024/JUL/03 · 20:00 Uhr
    Haifa Auditorium
    Haifa, Israel

  • Kyoungmin Park

    Kyoungmin Park


    Year of birth:

    Place of birth:
    Seoul, South Korea


    • Viola Diplom – Berlin – Hochschule für Musik „Hanns Eisler“ – Walter Küssner – (2008-2009)
    • Viola MA/ Konzertexamen – Berlin – Hochschule für Musik „Hanns Eisler“ – Tabea Zimmermann – (2010-2016)

    Current job:
    Member of Berliner Philharmoniker


    Management: Etoile Classic Korea



    Born in Seoul, Korea in 1990, Kyoungmin Park began playing the violin and piano at age of 6, switching to viola four years later.

    She moved to Austria in 2003, and for five years studied with Ulrich Schoenauer at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna. She then transferred to the College of Music Hanns Eisler in Berlin in 2008 studied with Walter Kuessner and since 2010 Tabea Zimmermann. She has also attended master classes by Nobuko Imai, Nils Moenkemeyer, Wilfried Strehle, Eberhard Feltz, Hartmut Rohde.

    Kyoungmin has won numerous competitions and prizes including the second prize and public prize at the Munich ARD Competition in 2013, the third and special prize at Markneukirchen International Competition in Germany and the second prize at the Lionel Tertis International Viola Competition in Isle of man, Britain in 2010.

    She has appeared as soloist with important orchestras including the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Romanian Radio National Orchestra, the Gyeonggi Philharmonic Orchestra and the Korea Symphony Orchestra, the Polish Chamber Orchestra, the Baden-Baden Philharmonic Orchestra, Hamburg Festival Orchestra, the Academic Symphony Orchestra Munich and Staatsorchester Braunschweig, Brandenburgisches Staatstheater.

    In 2015, Kyoungmin Park was accepted into the Sponsorship Programme of the Orpheum Foundation for the Advancement of Young Soloists. This also featured a performance tour in Merano Italy and in Locarno, the Zurich Tonhalle Switzerland together with the Vienna Symphony Orchestra with Nikolaj Znaider and under the baton of Philippe Jordan.

    Her engagements in Europe and Asia include concerto and recital appearanced and debut in 2016 and also in 2017/18 at the Great Mountains Music Festival in PyeongChang, Korea, led by Myung-Wha Chung and Kyung-Wha Chung.

    Kyoungmin Park is a member of Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra since 2018.

    Her Management is Etoile Classic Korea.


    Jelena Antić

    Maj Bommas

    Bella Chich

    Ukyo Fujiwara

    Franziska Hügel

    Brian Isaacs

    Arcan Isenkul

    Sophie Kiening

    Gordon Lau

    Sào Soulez Larivière

    Haesue Lee

    Natalie Loughran

    Eric Seohyun Moon

    Nicholas Swensen

    Ayaka Taniguchi

    Caspar Vinzens

    Luisa Ye


    Micha Afkham

    Guy Ben-Ziony

    Agathe Blondel

    Barbara Buntrock

    Öykü Canpolat

    Marie Chilemme

    Hélène Clément

    Toby Cook

    Lotus de Vries

    Valentin Eichler

    Miguel Erlich

    Karolina Errera Pavon

    Stefanie Farrands

    Sara Ferrandez Castro

    Alexander Gordon

    Olga Hansen

    Stine Hasbirk

    Gabriele Heinecke

    Miriam Helms Alien

    Kyuri Kim

    Sejune Kim

    Georgy Kovalev

    Anna Krimm

    Hande Küden

    Josip Kvetek

    Adrien la Marca

    S. Seungwon Lee

    Marion Leleu

    Anna Lewis

    Matthew Lipman

    Mark Liu

    Lev Loiko

    Ana Mba-Flores

    Ada Myriel Meinich

    Giovanni Menna

    Johannes Moehrle

    Sindy Mohamed

    Nilay Özdemir

    Kyoungmin Park

    Yael Patish

    Tahlia Petrosian

    Anna Puig Torne

    Madeleine Przybyl

    Muriel Razavi

    Alejandro Regueira

    Pauline Sachse

    Teresa Schwamm

    Jungahn Shin

    Clara-Hélène Stangorra

    Arnold Stieve

    Maya Tal

    Antoine Tamestit

    German Tcakulov

    Kei Tojo

    Ulla Tremuth

    Albin Uusijärvi

    Simone von Rahden

    Emma Wernig

    Judith Wijzenbeek

    Zhechao Xie

    Peijun Xu

    Armando Yagüe

    Ula U. Zebriunaite

    Sarina Zickgraf

    Ylvali Zilliacus

    Silas Zschocke