World-renowned Young-Choon Park returns to Mullingar

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After a memorable concert in Mullingar in 2011, world-renowned South Korean born pianist Young-Choon Park returns to Mullingar Arts Centre later this month.

The South Korean born pianist began the study of the piano at the age of four and gave her first full recital when she was seven. She played the Beethoven Piano Concerto No.1 with the Seoul Symphony Orchestra at the age of nine and then continued her studies at the Juilliard School in New York and later gained the highest masters degree at the Hochschule in Munich.

She has toured extensively, giving over fifty concerts each year in Europe, Scandinavia, South Africa and the United States. She makes many return visits to major concert venues including the Birmingham Symphony Hall, St. David’s Hall in Cardiff, Belfast Waterfront Hall, Alice Tully Hall and Lincoln Centre in New York, de Doelen in Rotterdam, Frits Philips Saal in Eindhoven, Athenaeum Hall in Bucharest, Tivoli Koncertsalen in Copenhagen, Gasteig in Munich, Musikverein in Vienna and the Troldhaugen in Bergen.

Young-Choon Park plays Mullingar Arts Centre on Friday, 24 February. Tickets are priced at€15/€17 and are available calling 04493-47777 or booking online at www.mullingarartscentre.ie