TomokiParkPic Born in 1990 in Yokohama, Tomoki Park studied at the Purcell
School of Music UK, Berlin University of the Arts, and Bard
Conservatory of Music, where he is completing his
performance diploma with Peter Serkin.


In 2006 Tomoki won the top prize at the 14th Young Artists’
Piano Competition in Tokyo and is a prizewinner at the 10th
International Competition for Young Pianists in Ettlingen.


Tomoki has performed widely across Europe, Japan and
America, highlights including his first concerto performance at
age 13 in the UK and recitals in Tokyo’s Suntory Hall and
Opera City, and London’s Wigmore Hall, St.
Martin-in-the-Fields, and the Southbank Centre.


Some recent engagements are his performances at Geneva’s
Pierre Boulez Festival (Structrues, Book II), a Mozart recital in
Salzburg’s Solitär at Mozarteum, and chamber music recitals
at New York’s Yamaha Artist Services and Nichols Concert
Hall at the Music Institute of Chicago.


His teachers have included Pascal Devoyon in Berlin and
Tessa Nicholson in the UK.