Sung Tae Park


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. 
A native of South Korea, Dr. Park has performed as a recitalist, concerto soloist and chamber musician in South Korea, Europe and throughout the United States. He has gained distinction as the winner of the Mok Won University concerto competition in South Korea. He has performed with the Vrasta State Philharmonic Orchestra in Bulgaria and Green Chamber Orchestra in Los Angeles. Dr. Park has also performed as a soloist in the IBLA Music Competition & Festival in Sicily, Italy, and recitalist at the Shiloh Christ Church in Harlem and at the New York Mosaic Church in Queens.
Sung Tae Park holds his Bachelor's degree from Mok Won University in South Korea, his Master's degree from Kyung Hee University in South Korea and Brooklyn College in New York and his Doctoral of Musical Art in Piano Performance from Rutgers University in New Jersey. Dr. Park has taught piano in South Korea and the United States and is currently a piano faculty member of the Mason Gross Extension Division at Rutgers University. 
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
  • 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