Juhee Park

Juhee Park Accompanist
Northern Arizona University

Juhee is a professional piano instructor and a pianist and church organist. She also teaches college-level math classes and music class at Northern Arizona University and Coconino Community College.

Ms. Park has performed as an accompanist of Women's Chorale, Shrine of the Ages Choir, the Master Chorale of Flagstaff, and was recently a featured performer in the Ardrey Memorial Auditorium Grand Opening Gala Concert in 2012, a performer in the International Boys and Men's Choral Festival in 2014, a pianist with the Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra, and in the Northern Arizona University Presidential Installation in 2015.

Ms. Park is an active member of the Suzuki Association of the Americas (SAA) and active member of the Music Teachers National Association (MTNA). As a piano teacher, her students have achieved scholarship through the NAU Community Music and Dance Academy made possible by the Catharine B. Adel Music Endowment and have been recipients of awards in various piano competitions. Whether teaching a future professional musician or an amateur who will appreciate music for the rest of their life, she tries to form well-rounded musicians by emphasizing vital skills including sight reading, music theory, basic music history, and performances.

As an accompanist of Master Chorale in Flagstaff, a professional community choir, she has performed several masterworks on harpsichord, piano, and organ. She is also active as a staff accompanist at NAU for a wide variety of instrumentalists and vocalists. She also serves as accompanist for the Suzuki Strings program of the NAU Community Music and Dance Academy and for the past two seasons with the Curry Summer Music Camp at NAU.

As a musician, she enjoys playing and learning other instruments including flute and violin.

Ms. Park earned a master of mathematics education degree and her bachelor of piano performance, mathematics degrees from Northern Arizona University, during which time she was the recipient of a full four-year accompanying scholarship for undergraduate work and a full two-year graduate teaching scholarship for her graduate program. Her professors were Dr. Frank Scott, Ms. Rita Borden, and Ms. Elizabeth George for piano and organ performance, respectively.