Sung Tae Park


Studied under
Samuel Dilworth-Leslie
Zenon Fishbein
Paul Hoffmann
Suk Kim
Joseph Plon
Michael Rogers

Teaching experience
Adjunct professor, Mok Won University
Adjunct professor, Han Sung Theological Seminary
Teaching assistant, Mason Gross School of the Arts
Teaching assistant, Daejeon Baptist Seminary


Born in South Korea, pianist SUNG TAE PARK has performed as a recitalist, concerto soloist and chamber musician in Italy, Bulgaria, South Korea and throughout the U.S.A. He has distinguished himself in several concerts as the winner of the Mokwon University concerto competition, Blaza Symphony Orchestra in Bulgaria, IBLA Music Festival in Italy, and Green Chamber Orchestra in Los Angeles. Specifically, he has performed the Left Hand Alone repertoire and solo-piano arranged Hymnal.

Dr. Park has taught at Hansung Theological Seminary and Mokwon University in South Korea and currently a member of the piano faculty of the Mason Gross Extension Division at Rutgers University, the State University of New Jersey. 

Sung Tae Park holds his Bachelor's degree from Mokwon university in South Korea, his Master's degrees from Kyunghee University in South Korea and Brooklyn College, The City University of New York and his Doctor of Musical Arts in Piano Performance from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.

  • 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