Equally at home as a soloist and chamber musician Angela Park has performed throughout the North and South Americas, Europe, and East Asia. Notable appearances are solo concerts with the Philadelphia Orchestra and the Seoul Philharmonic, and chamber music appearances at the Marlboro, Verbier, and Ravinia Festivals.
In recent seasons, Angela has performed with Helsinki Baroque, Anne-Sophie Mutter on her Virtuosi European Tour, Incheon Philharmonic, and has returned to the Marlboro Music Festival, Prussia Cove Open Chamber Music, and Festival de los Siete Lagos in Argentina. She has been awarded the Silver Medal and SeongYawng Park Talent Award at the International Isang Yun Competition, in addition to prizes at the Stulberg International Competition and the Young Tchaikovsky Competition. She has worked with the most inspiring chamber music colleagues including Leonidas Kavakos, Miriam Fried, Peter Wiley, Bruno Canino, Kim Kashkashian, and Richard Goode, and has also performed the concerto repertoire with the Philadelphia Orchestra, Seoul Philharmonic, KBS (Korean Broadcasting System) Orchestra, and the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra.
Angela is increasingly in demand as a baroque cellist. She often performs the Bach Suites in a baroque setup, and has played continuo at the Pyeongchang Music Festival with Helsinki Baroque, as well as for the Gamut Bach Ensemble Philadelphia. In addition to performing early music, she has a deep interest in the music of our times and is dedicated to playing the works of living composers. Angela has taken part in dozens of world premieres.
Her multifaceted performing career has led her to be a sought-after teacher, and has taught multiple years at the Korean National Institute for the Gifted in Arts, the Curtis Young Artist Summer Program, Festival de los Siete Lagos of Argentina, in addition to teaching privately.
Angela plays a Paolo Antonio Testore cello and a 19th century Flemish baroque cello, both generously on private loan.