EunSeok Park

Part-time Instructor – Composition, Music Theory

Office: Sanborn Hall 012


B.M., KeiMyung University
M.M., A.D., University of Hartford
D.M.A., the Ohio State University


EunSeok Park, originally from South Korea, holds a D.M.A. in Music Composition from the Ohio State University where he studied with Jan Radzynski. He has taught composition, music theory and music technology at the Ohio State University. In 2012, he has been as composer-in-residence at the Ohio State Symphony Orchestra. He has created a variety of works both acoustic and electronic. His works have been programmed on the Society of Composers, Inc. National Conference, the Ohio Contemporary Music Festival, the New Music Collective, Performance 20/20 Prism Concert, Daism Contemporary Music Festival in South Korea, the Denison University New Music Festival, and others.
His recent compositions have broadly ranged from full orchestra to smaller chamber works and also electronic music. He holds MM and AD degrees in Music Composition from the Hartt School, University of Hartford. His principal composition teacher includes Donald Harris, David MacBride, Stephen Michael Gryc, ChangJae Kim, and Robert Carl.  

Contact Info


Sanborn Hall 012
P 740-368-3717