Violinist Alyssa Park established an enviable international reputation at age sixteen for being the youngest prizewinner in the history of the Tchaikovsky International Competition. Ms. Park has made numerous recital and orchestral appearances since her professional debut at age eleven with the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra.
She has appeared with the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, Berlin Radio Orchestra, Frankfurt Radio Orchestra, Lisbon Symphony, Munich Philharmonic, Lausanne Chamber Orchestra, Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra, Czech Philharmonic, Austrian Radio Symphony, Barcelona Orchestra, Mitteldeutsche Rundfunk at the Leipzig Gewandhaus, and the Hamburg Philharmonic. She also performed with the orchestras of Sydney, Adelaide, and Tasmania, Australia. Other seasons included performances in Asia with the Korean Broadcasting Symphony, Japan Philharmonic, and the Singapore Symphony. She also made her debut at Italy’s Ravello Festival and Holland’s Royal Concertgebouw.
An avid chamber musician as well, Ms. Park is a member of the Lyris Quartet based in Los Angeles, the resident ensemble of the famed Jaranda Series in Santa Monica, has been a frequent guest at major festivals including Ludwisburg, Schleswig-Holstein, Weilburg, Passau, Frankfurt, Montpellier, France, Brahms festival in Madrid, Beethoven Festival in Bonn, Prague Summer Festival, and Oregon Festival of American Music.