Extension Division


Concert pianist Sung Tae Park became a specialist at the Left Hand Alone piano repertoire after being diagnosed with focal dystonia in 2002. Thanks to years of treatment and rehabilitation. Park took the stage with both hands for the first time since his diagnosis at his solo recital held at Baruch Performing Art Center in New York City in June 2017. 
  • Courses Taught

    Private piano instruction for students of all levels ages 7 and older. 

  • Education

    DMA, Mason Gross School of the Arts
    MM, Brooklyn College of the City University of New York
    MM, Kyung Hee University
    BA, Mok Won University

  • Awards

    Concerto Competition Winner, Mok Won University

  • Expertise


Rutgers Summer Jazz Institute aims to create ‘improvisers for life’; scholarships available through 5/15

Mason Gross faculty member Conrad Herwig says he believes the school “has a responsibility to serve the New Jersey community and give opportunities to our young people.”

Studied under
Susan Starr (USA, Mason Gross School of the Arts)
Jacob Lateiner (USA, Mannes College Of Music)
Boris Berman (USA, Yale School of Music)
Philip Jenkins (U.K., Royal Conservatoire of Scotland)
  • Courses Taught

    Rutgers University Mason Gross School Extension Division.
    Piano faculty. 2006 – Present
    Judith G. Wharton Music Center, Berkeley Heights, NJ. 
    Piano faculty. 2012 – 2013
    Eastern Michigan University Department of Music, Ypsilanti.
    PianoArtist Master Class, followed by a concert. 2013
    Music-Fest Rising Talents Festival, Princeton.
    Serving as a judge for Piano auditions. 2013
    The CME New York Piano Festival & Academy.
    Piano faculty. 2012
    Cecilian Music Club of Freehold, NJ.
    Judging the Young Artist Competition. 2012
    Mason Gross School of the Arts.
    Chamber Music Masterclass  for Young Artist Program.2011
    Mason Gross School of the Arts.
    Piano Masterclass for Young Artist Program. 2010
    Private piano studio,  New Jersey.
    Piano teaching and chamber music coaching.2010 – Present
    New Jersey School of Music.
    Piano faculty. 2007– 2012
    Riverdale Music Studio in Bronx, NY.
    Piano faculty. 2002 – 2003
    Yale University School of Music.
    Piano instructor and accompanist. 2000 – 2001
  • Education

    DMA Candidate in piano performance: 
    Mason Gross School of the Arts. 
    Master of Music, piano performance: 
    Yale School of Music. 
    Professional Studies Diploma in Piano: 
    Mannes College The New School for Music. 
    Master of Music, piano performance: 
    Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, U.K.
    Bachelor of Music, piano performance: 
    Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, U.K.
    Sarasota Music Festival (summer music academy): 
    intensive classes, rehearsals, recitals and concerts (Florida).
    International Keyboard Institute and Festival: 
    master classes, symposia, concert series (New York City).
    The International Holland Music Sessions: 
    lessons and master classes in combination with stage experience (Netherlands).
    Masterclasses with John Lill (U.K.), John O'Conor (Ireland), Claude Frank (USA), Peter Frankl (USA), Eugene Injic (USA/France), Boris Berezovsky (Russia), Arie Vardi (Israel).
  • Research Initiatives

    Tuba Bach Chamber Music Festival, Big Rapids, MI. 
    Sep. 15, 2013      
    The eighth annual Tuba Bach chamber music festival began with a performance by Universal Brass Ensemble. Thomas Boulton, on trumpet; Dan Wions, on French horn; Yevgeny Morozov, on piano; and festival founder Ed Mallett, on euphonium and tuba, played 11 pieces in the free concert.
    Concert and master class at Windworks Studio of Philadelphia.
    March 17, 2013.  
    Collaboration with internationally renowned flutist Paul Edmund-Davies, on his world tour that included a stop in US before departing to Moscow, Russia.
    WMP Concert Hall - Manhattan, NY. 
    March 13, 2013.  
    "Strad for Lunch Series":  violinist Mialtin Zhezha and pianist Yevgeny Morozov offer a program featuring works by Tartini, Brahms and a collection of short works by Sibelius, Schubert and Kroll
    Ferris State University Festival of the Arts, Michigan. 
    Feb. 15, 2013.  
    The program includes classical, jazz, Americana, and Latin music (pianist Yevgeny Morozov, trumpeter Tom Boulton,  and French hornist Dan Wions).   
    Ypsilanti: Eastern Michigan University Department of Music. 
    Feb. 13, 2013.  
    NYC-based Brass Roots Trio (pianist Yevgeny Morozov, trumpeter Tom Boulton,  and French hornist Dan Wions) offer a fusion of classical, jazz, Americana and Latin styles.
    Piano Titans | Classical Titans. 
    Dec. 8, 2012
    Solo concert at Wharton Music Center, Berkeley Heights. The program features works by Liszt, Chopin, Schumann.
    Conductors Retreat at Medomak. Washington, ME. 
    July 15 - 22, 2012.
    Serving  as a collaborative pianist. The program offers conducting coaching, instruction, and experience with a professional, resident string quintet and pianist. 
    Jacobs Music Company Philadelphia Steinway Selection Center.
    3 June 2012.   
    Performance of Liszt Mephisto Waltz No.1 on Vladimir Horowitz's 9-foot Steinway #CD503.
    Franz Liszt 200th Anniversary Gala. Carnegie Hall's Weill Hall.
    Nov 13, 2011
    200th-birthday celebration to honor Hungarian composer Franz Liszt. Performance of Liszt Mephisto Waltz No.1 in the Carnegie Hall's tribute concert.
    Downtown Lunchtime Recital Series. First Reformed Church, NJ.
    Apr. 27,  2011
    Chamber music recital with Maurine Hurd, Clarinet. The program features works by Chopin and Lutoslawski.
    Other stage appearances:
    Providing regular piano accompaniment to fellow Rutgers University doctoral students at Mason Gross School of the Arts, collaboration with Mason Gross Faculty Members, regular accompanying students at Westminster Choir College of Rider University in Princeton, at NJMTA competitions, numerous Winner's recitals in Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, Kimmel Center in Philadelphia, chamber music recitals at the Music Educators National Conference (MENC), Delbarton School Fine Arts Center, Watchung Arts Center, as well as appearances in recital series at Kirkpatrick Chapel, First Reformed Church of New Brunswick, Jewish Community Center in Bridgewater, Anshe Emeth Memorial Temple, Saint Mary's Roman Catholic Church in New Jersey, and Church of the Holy Trinity in Philadelphia, among others.
  • Awards

    Concerto Competition Winner (Rutgers University, NJ, 2004)
    Dorothy Mackenzie Artists Recognition Award (IKIF, New York, 2001)
    The A.Ramsay Calder Debussy Prize  (Glasgow, U.K., 1999)
    The Philip Halstead  Prize for Piano  (Glasgow, U.K., 1999)
    The Governor’s Recital Prize for Piano  (Glasgow, U.K., 1998)
    Concerto Competition Winner (Royal Scottish Academy Orchestra (U.K., 1998) 
    The Philip Halstead  Prize for Piano  (Glasgow, U.K., 1998)
    The Bach Prize for Harpsichord, Piano and Organ  (Glasgow, U.K., 1997)
    The Dunbar-Gerber Prize for String and Piano Duo  (Glasgow, U.K., 1997)
    John Ireland Competition Winner, Solo Piano (Glasgow, U.K., 1997)
    Dublin International Piano competition - Semi-final Prize (Ireland, 1997)  
    Concerto Competition Winner (Royal Scottish Academy Orchestra (U.K.,  1997) 
    The Philip Halstead  Prize for Piano  (Glasgow, U.K., 1997)
    Concerto Competition Winner (Royal Scottish Academy Orchestra (U.K., 1996) 
    YAMAHA Music Foundation of Europe Scholarships award (London, U.K., 1996)
    Diploma of V. Horowitz  International Piano Competition (Ukraine, 1995)  
    Prokofiev’s  International Music Festival – the 3-rd Prize (Moscow, Russia, 1995)
    Kil’s International Piano Competition - Second Prize (Kil, Sweden, 1994)
    “Grand Prix” of  US/Ukrainian International Summer Academy (1994)
    International Program “NEW NAMES” Scholarship Award (Moscow, 1994)
    J.N.HUMMEL international Piano Competition - Third Prize (Bratislava, 1993)
    Presidential Scholarship Award of Youth creative work (Kiev, Ukraine, 1993)
  • Expertise


    Piano Performance, Chamber Music, Piano Accompaniment

  • www.yevgenymorozov.com

Rutgers Day: Drawing marathon, stage combat, concerts, dance and open studios, oh, my!

In the mood for a drawing marathon? A little stage combat? Here's a list of the Mason Gross events at Rutgers Day, happening 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, April 30, all around the New Brunswick and Piscataway campuses:

Director, Mason Gross Jazz Institute for Teens and Rutgers Youth Jazz Ensemble

Trombonist, composer, arranger, and educator Dave Miller was born in Waukegan, Illinois. In Miller's youth, his father would play records of Dizzy Gillespie, Maynard Ferguson, Louis Armstrong, and Oscar Peterson, which the family would enjoy together.
  • Associated Programs

    Artie Shaw Big Band 
    The Harry Connick Jr. Orchestra
    Les Paul
    Celia Cruz
    Frank Foster
  • Courses Taught

    Rutgers Youth Jazz Ensemble 

  • Education

    • MM and BM in jazz studies, Mason Gross School of the Arts
    • University of North Texas
    • Interlochen Arts Academy
    Don Jacoby
    Curtis Fuller
    Slide Hampton
    Conrad Herwig
    Stanley Cowell
  • Awards

    • Scholarship, Interlochen Arts Academy
    Performed on multiple Grammy winning recordings
    Garden State Art's Foundation Scholarship
  • Expertise

    • Jazz Ensemble
    • Jazz Trombone
    • Improvisation

Calling all young choreographers

When you hear music, do you imagine action? Do you like making up moves?

Do you create your own dance shows at home? Then you are a choreographer--a dance inventor.

Applications due Jan. 10 for Mason Gross School of the Arts High School Piano Competition

Students ages 14 to 18 are invited to participate in a piano competition on Sunday, Jan. 23, 2011, at the Mason Gross School of the Arts in New Brunswick. The winners will perform for Dorian Leljak, president of the World Piano Congress, as part of a master class taking place from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 26, 2011. Applications are due Monday, Jan. 10, 2011.