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Friday Free Concerts: Brittney Patterson with Eun-Hee Park

  • Southside Center for the Arts 1103 Glenn Street Opelika United States (map)

Flutist Brittney Patterson with pianist Eun-Hee Park, from Montevallo, AL

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Praised by The New York Concert Review for “a solid foundation of fluent pianism” after her debut at Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall, Korean pianist Eun-Hee Park enjoys a diverse career as soloist, chamber musician, and educator. She has given numerous concerts throughout the United States,South Korea, Japan, Italy, Brazil, and Costa Rica. As a recording artist, she has released albums on the Naxos, Emeritus, MSR Classics, Navona Records, and Capstone labels.

Currently,Dr. Park is an Assistant Professor of Music and Head of the Keyboard Area at the University of Montevallo. Her previous appointments include theUniversity of Southern Mississippi, Southern Mississippi Piano Institute,Westport School of Music, Music in the Mountains Conservatory, the Hartt School, and the Chapel Hill Chamber Music Workshop. Park holds a doctorate from Florida State University, a Master’s degree from Oklahoma CityUniversity, and a Bachelor’s degree from Colorado Mesa University


BRITTNEY PATTERSON is Assistant Professor of Music at the University of Montevallo where she teaches Flute and Music History. She earned herDoctorate from the University of Alabama, her Master’s degree from theUniversity of Northern Colorado, and her Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Tennessee.

Brittney has performed with the Tuscaloosa Symphony Orchestra, the Memphis Symphony Orchestra, is Vice-President and Principal Flutist of the Memphis Repertory Orchestra, and is a co-founder of the Delta Blue Chamber Players. Her research interests are flute pedagogy, the music of Germaine Tailleferre, and music at the court of Frederick the Great. She has been invited to present at conferences in Washington, D.C.; Columbus, Mississippi; and Knoxville, Tennesse