“She is an individual processed of unusual ability, who shows every promise of making a distinctive contribution as a concert pianist".
Judith Zamoith,Appointed composer of the 11th Van Cliburn Piano Competition
“Tina Park's playing is distinguished by its sensitivity, depth of musical feeling and highly polished technique.”
Alexander Braginsky, Artistic Director of the International piano-e-competition,Professor of the Keyboard Department at University of Minnesota
“A pianist with extraordinary ability is indeed a perfect description of Tina Park.”
Xiang Gao,Violinist, Faculty of the University of Delaware
Tina Park's performance with the Auburn symphony was described as “She played the concerto with great sensitivity, feeling, vigor and brightness. The beautiful melodies of the first two movements are played exquisitely and the final movement is vibrant and exhilarating.
Ronald D. Greenwood, Auburn Symphony Newsletter,California
“One cannot help but notice the clarity, the precision, and the sheer musicality of her performance.”
Thomas Hinds, Conductor of the Montgomery Symphony Orchestra. Review of her solo recital at the Auburn University Montgomery’s Artist and Concert Series.
The Gold winner of the competition, Juan Li showed sparkling technique and master controlling of the style.
Piano Artistry Journal, China
“Ms. Park's exceptional performance of the Schubert Sonata in A major, D. 959 undoubtly subjugates every judge’s heart.”
The World Journal
”An extremely talented and soulful pianist, and an artist with extraordinary ability is an under statement of this wonderful young lady.”
Dickran Atamian, First Prize winner of the 1975 Naumberg International Piano Competition
“She was an extremely hard worker, always receptive to new ideas and various musical interpretations.”
William Cerny, Founder of the Wilmarc Records of Piano Solo Classics, Former Dean of the Eastman School of Music
“A very talented pianist who has a distinctive musical voice and the technique with which to display this musical ‘voice’ through the medium of the piano.
Margo Garrett, International Collaborative Artist, faculty at Julliard School of Music