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    Park, Susie

    She is a violinist born in Sydney, Australia.  She began to play violin when she was three and made her solo debut when she was five.  She studied at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, the Curtis Institute of Music and has taken masterclasses with artists such as Yehudi Menuhin and Pinkas Zukerman.  She has appeared as a soloist with orchestras including the Indianapolis Symphony, all of the major Autralian orchestras, the Lille National Orchestra and KBS Orchetra of Korea.  Winning several awards, she has been the recipient of the Sydney Reg Marsh Award for Most Outstanding String Performer, the Ernest Llewellyn String Award, the Victorian Premier's Award, and  first prize in the Yehudi Menuhin International for Young Violinists and in the Richard Goldner Concerto Competition.  In 2001-2002 she was the concertmistress of the Curtis Symphony and of the New York String Orchestra Seminar in Carnegie Hall. She currently studies at the New England Conservatory, is resident in the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Centre Two, is a founding member of the conductorless chamber orchestra ECCO, and since 2006 she has been a member of the Eroica Trio when she replaced Adela Pena.


    The Eroica Trio recordings

    Adagio in G minor (Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni)

    EMI 57906 (CD: The Best of the Eroica Trio)















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