“Without music life would be a mistake.”

~Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche





Sang Joon Park

Flutist Sang Joon Park was the recipient of the prestigious 2005 Samuel Baron Prize awarded at SUNY Stony Brook University where he earned his Doctor of Musical Arts Degree under Carol Wincenc. He studied with distinguished flutists such as Wilbert Hazelzet, Sandra Miller, Janet See, Stephen Schultz, Jed Wentz, Linda Chesis, Judith Mendenhall and Thomas Nyfenger, and participated in Amherst Early Music Festival, Longy Baroque Institute, Vancouver Early Music Programme, and Bunnik Traverso Workshop in the Netherlands. He is the artistic director of the Baroque trio Aula Harmoniae, and performs regularly with several Baroque chamber groups including Rossignol Amoureux, Flying Forms, Ensemble La Sylva, Newton Baroque, La Donna Musicale, Catacoustic Consort, Bacchanalia Baroque, Empire Viols, Concert Royal, Bach Vespers at Holy Trinity, Salon/Sanctuary Concerts, and The Grand Tour Orchestra, with performances in Canada, Peru, the Netherlands, Taiwan, and the United States. A Spanish Baroque music scholar, Mr. Park researches at the Patrimonio Nacional Archivo y Biblioteca de Palacio Real de Madrid, Biblioteca Nacional de España, Real Conservatorio Superior de Música de Madrid, Biblioteca Histórica Municipal de Madrid, Biblioteca Musical Municipal de Madrid, Real Biblioteca del Monasterio San Lorenzo de El Escorial, and the Royal Library (Koninklijke Bibliotheek) at the Hague, Netherlands.  In the United States he researches at the Spencer Collection Research Libraries [NYPL], the Research Library of Lincoln Center Library for the Performing Arts, and the New York Hispanic Society Library.

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