Praised by critics for her “astounding virtuosic gifts” (Boston Herald), “achingly pure sound” (The Toronto Star), and “impressive technical and interpretive control” (The New York Times) Tricia Park enjoys a diverse career as a violinist, educator, and writer. She is a Juilliard graduate and received her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Since her debut at age thirteen, Tricia has performed on five continents and received the prestigious Avery Fisher Career and Fulbright Grants. She produces an original podcast called, “Is it Recess Yet? Confessions of a Former Child Prodigy.” Tricia has served on faculty at the University of Chicago, the University of Iowa and has worked for Graywolf Press. She has taught masterclasses at the Peabody Institute of Music, Oberlin Conservatory of Music, and Interlochen Summer Arts Academy, among others. Tricia is co-founder of MusicIC, a festival intersecting chamber music and literature. Currently, Tricia is pursuing her PhD at the University of Illinois Chicago and is Associate Director of Cleaver Magazine Workshops. She concertizes and maintains a private studio of violin students and writing clients. Learn more about Tricia at: Listen to Tricia play at: