Bassoonist Hanul Park performs with ensembles large and small across the US, Canada, and Europe, playing music ranging from classical favorites to avant-garde world premieres. She is a member of the Curtis Symphony Orchestra and has served as the principal bassoonist of the Yale Philharmonia, New Music New Haven, Symphony Number 1, the Occasional Symphony, and the Symphony and Concert Orchestras of the Peabody Conservatory. During the summer of 2016, she toured the Baltics with the Yale Schola Cantorum performing Arvo Pärt’s Passio. As an active chamber musician, she has performed in the Oneppo Chamber Music Series, and collaborated with diverse groups at summer festivals such as the Sarasota Music Festival, Norfolk Chamber Music Festival, Vermont Mozart Festival, Banff Centre, Domaine Forget International Music Festival, Eastern Music Festival, the International Double Reed Society Conference, and the Oklahoma Summer Arts Institute.
Growing up in a family of musicians, Hanul began her musical studies playing the violin and piano at age four, and later picked up the bassoon, which quickly became her favorite instrument. In 2008, she attended the Rivers School Conservatory in Boston, Massachusetts, where she studied piano and bassoon.
Hanul holds Master of Music and Bachelor of Music degrees from Yale University School of Music and the Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University, where her principal teachers were Frank Morelli and Phillip Kolker respectively. She is currently pursuing an Artist Diploma at the Curtis Institute of Music in the studio of Daniel Matsukawa.
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