Praised by critics for her “astounding virtuosic gifts” (Boston Herald) and “achingly pure sound” (The Toronto Star), concert violinist, Tricia Park, enjoys a diverse and eclectic career. Tricia is a recipient of the prestigious Avery Fisher Career Grant. Since appearing in her first orchestral engagement at age 13 with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, she has performed with the English and St. Paul Chamber Orchestras, Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, and National Symphony Orchestra of South Africa; the Montreal, Dallas, Cincinnati, Seattle, Honolulu, Nevada, and Lincoln Symphonies; and the Calgary, Buffalo, and Westchester and Naples Philharmonics. She has also given recitals throughout the United States and abroad, including a highly acclaimed performance at the Ravinia Rising Stars series. Tricia has performed with jazz musicians Matt Ulery and Zach Brock, and performs duo violin/fiddle recitals with fiddler-violinist, Taylor Morris. Tricia is also a published author and her writing has appeared in Cleaver and Alyss Magazines. Tricia received her Bachelor and Master of Music from the Juilliard School where she studied with Dorothy DeLay. Currently, Tricia is on Faculty at the University of Notre Dame.