Dr. Eundo Park is an Adjunct Professor of Music at Concordia University Texas where he teaches trumpet, brass and jazz ensemble. Before coming to Concordia, he served as adjunct faculty at Huston Tillotson University.
Dr. Park received his Doctor of Musical Arts in Trumpet Performance/Jazz Emphasis from the University of Texas at Austin. He received his Master of Music in Jazz Performance as well as his Bachelor of Music in Trumpet Performance from the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY.
Dr. Park is a very active jazz, classical, and commercial performer locally, nationally, and internationally. He has shared the concert stage with many jazz greats including Wynton Marsalis, Clark Terry, Bob Brookmeyer, Conrad Herwig, Tim Hagans, and Ron Westray. He has also been trumpet soloist with the Korean Broadcast Station Symphony Orchestra. Dr. Park is also a passionate music educator and currently teaches a private studio of 50+ middle school, high school, and college students in Central Texas.
Dr. Park is originally from Houston, TX and began playing trumpet at the age of 11. While in Houston he attended the High School for the Performing and Visual Arts where he was awarded the John Phillip Sousa Award. His primary teachers include Bob Walp, Jim Thompson, Clay Jenkins, Ray Sasaki, Ron Westray, and Dennis Dotson.