M I C H E L L E P A R K
Artistic and Music Director of Hansori Music
Past Concert Pianist | AMEB Piano and Cello teacher
B i o g r a p h y
Michelle Park, founder of Hansori Music has been performing and directing solo to ensemble concerts since 2003, and biannually at the Sydney Opera House since 2013. Michelle Park's numerous professional performances as concert pianist has taken her to Rome, Paris, Sydney, Vienna, Austria, Sofia, Vrazhdebna, Bulgaria, Hasselburg, Hamburg, Germany and more. She specialised the piano under professor Slobodan Zivkovic （pupil of Guido) at the Australian International Conservatorium of Music and professor Nikolai Evrov at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music (Sydney University).
Her passion for teaching Piano and Cello under the AMEB and piano accompaniment for students have become the prologue of her current vision to support and empower young musicians, who have as a result achieved exemplary results in the AMEB, gained secondary private school and local community scholarships, entry to pursue higher musical studies around the world, as well as prizes in domestic both international piano eisteddfod competitions including the Sydney Eisteddfod every year.
Hansori Music aims to support and seek musicians of all age to live their passions for performance on stage, at our biannual concert projects which have taken to Sydney Opera House, Charity functions at the Westmead Children's hospital and Royal North Shore Hospital, as well as primary to secondary schools in Sydney, Australia. Our Hansori string ensemble members, solo guest performers and pupils of Michelle Park have also participated in worldwide events such as the One Month Festival (July) 2015-2016, La Pianista International Piano Competition (2018) and more.