Hailed as “prodigiously talented” (Washington Post) and praised for her “freedom, mastery and fantasy” (La Libre, Belgium), Australian violinist Susie Park is gaining worldwide attention for her emotive range and dynamic stage presence. She was violinist of the Eroica Trio from 2006 to 2012, performing extensively throughout the US and in countries including Brazil, Denmark, Germany and New Zealand. With the trio she released a Grammy-nominated album on EMI Classics. As soloist, she has performed with the Vienna Symphony, Royal Philharmonic, San Francisco Symphony, Indianapolis Symphony, the Orchestra of St. Lukes, the Memphis Symphony, Korea's KBS Symphony Orchestra, the Lille National Orchestra, New Zealand's Wellington Sinfonia, and with the major Australian orchestras. She has appeared in venues including Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the 92nd Street Y, the Kimmel Center, the Smithsonian Institution, Musikverein, Cologne Philharmonie and Dusseldorf Tonhalle. A finalist in the International Violin Competition of Indianapolis, she has won top prizes in the Menuhin and Wieniawski International Competitions. Ms. Park attended the Marlboro Music Festival for three summers and has toured throughout the United States with Musicians from Marlboro. She has appeared at Music from Angel Fire, Open Chamber Music at Prussia Cove, England, the Aspen, Caramoor and Ravinia Festivals, and Sommerakademie Mozarteum in Austria. Ms. Park is a graduate of The Curtis Institute of Music, where she studied with Jaime Laredo and Ida Kavafian. A former member of Lincoln Center Chamber Music Society Two, she also studied with Donald Weilerstein and Miriam Fried at the New England Conservatory. She is a founding member of ECCO, or East Coast Chamber Orchestra, which released its debut album in 2012.