Private Music Lessons
All music lessons are scheduled for Tuesday evenings at the Senior and Community Art Center. Private music lessons are planned for 30 minutes, once a week, in 6-week sessions.
Piano lessons: 30 minutes, times scheduled on the half hour between 4:30 - 8:30 p.m.
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$150 per 6-week session, non-members
$135 per 6-week session, members
|Session Number||Session Dates||Times|
|Session 1||Jan. 30 - March 6, 20118||Select a 30 minute time frame when registering.|
|Session 2||March 27 - May 1, 2018||Select a 30 minute time frame when registering.|
|Session 3||May 22 - June 26, 2018||Select a 30 minute time frame when registering.|
|Session 4||July 17 - August 21, 2018||Select a 30 minute time frame when registering.|
|Session 5||Sept. 10 - October 16, 2018||Select a 30 minute time frame when registering.|
|Session 6||November 6 - December 11, 2018||Select a 30 minute time frame when registering.|
Instructor - Bomin Park
Bomin Park is a concert pianist, teacher, and arranger. Mr. Park began his piano studies at the age of six. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in piano performance from the University of Nevada, Reno where he also received the Dean’s award for Performance and Artistry. He came to the College-Conservatory of Music, University of Cincinnati, to continue his study. There he earned the Master of Music (MM) degree and is currently pursuing his Doctoral of Musical Arts (DMA) degree with Professor James Tocco. Mr. Park is a graduate assistant to Professor Tocco.
Mr. Park has won awards in many international and national competitions including the Paderewski International Piano Competition in Farmington, the American Protégé International Concerto Competition, the MTNA Nevada Competition, the Concerto Competition at University of Nevada, Reno, the Music Education Newspaper Competition, the Haneum National Competition, and the Sagye Music Competition. The Concerto Competition at the University of Nevada awarded him the opportunity to perform with the UNR Concert Orchestra. Mr. Park has also performed in various venues such as Weill Hall in Carnegie Hall, Enescu Hall in Romania, the Pioneer Center, the Nevada Governor’s Mansion, Nightingale Hall, Werner Hall and Watson Hall.
As a piano teacher, Mr. Park is enthusiastic about teaching students. He has been teaching for more than 13 years and has taught all age groups from children to adults. He is the first graduate assistant who has been allowed to teach undergraduate music majors at the College-Conservatory of Music. He has taught both undergraduate and graduate students.
Besides classical music, Mr. Park enjoys playing other genres of music. While he served in the Korean Navy Band for two years, 2013 to 2015, he performed multiple genres of music including jazz, pop, rock, and traditional. His enthusiasm for jazz has inspired him to start his ongoing Doctoral project, “Classical Meets Jazz.” The intent of this project is to introduce classical music to new audiences. Mr. Park will do this through a program of paired original classical compositions with his own side-by-side jazz arrangements.
Class Cancellations & Weather ClosingsA minimum of four students must be enrolled for the session prior to the stated deadline for the class to take place (maximum 12 students). The Springfield Township Senior and Community Arts Center follows Finneytown School District inclement weather closings. To verify closings, call 513-522-2108.
Due to costs incurred in planning for art classes, full refunds will only be issued when the Arts Council cancels the class. Class cancellations made within 10 business days of the class start date are eligible for a refund, minus a $5 administration fee per student. Refunds will be made by check, not to a credit card. To notify us of a cancellation, please send an email to email@example.com.
Checks are payable to ArtsConnect and can be mailed to 9150 Winton Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45231
For more information, call 522-2108
9150 Winton Road
Springfield Township Administration
Springfield Township Senior &
Community Arts Center