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Elizabeth McKenna Greenberg

Native Coloradoan and Lone Tree resident Elizabeth McKenna Greenberg has degrees in Violin Performance from Oberlin College Conservatory of Music and Rice University’s Shepherd School of Music. She has played in the Aspen Music Festival Orchestra, the Santa Fe Opera and the National Repertory Orchestra. She was a member of the Houston Grand Opera and the Houston Ballet Orchestra for 17 years and a regular player with the Houston Symphony. She has played in orchestras with Led Zepellin, Ray Charles, Yanni, Placido Domingo, Luciano Pavarotti, and Itzhak Perlman, among others. She currently plays in the Colorado Springs Philharmonic Orchestra, with Inside the Orchestra and has a private teaching studio in Lone Tree.

Sophia Park-Song


Dr. Sophia Park-Song embodies a myriad of eclectic accomplishments as soloist, collaborative musician, adjudicator, clinician, and spokesperson for the arts community.  Park-Song’s performances have been throughout the United States and abroad, including appearances with the Fort Worth Symphony, performances at Steinway Hall Fort Worth, Steinway Hall Dallas, a radio broadcast in New York, as well as performances in Paris, France.

As pianist of the Park-Edwards-Law piano trio, she gave the world premiere of Vivian Rudow’s piano trio entitled, “Not Me!”   In academia, she was nominated for the state-wide Piper Award for Innovative Teaching as well as the Texas Music Teachers Association Outstanding Collegiate Teaching Award.  The Stephenville Empire-Tribune heralded Park-Song as one of the “Outstanding Women of Our Community”.  She was also co-author of an article entitled, “Zen in the Art of Music”. 

As an adjudicator, Park-Song has been on panels for all major piano competitions including the Yamaha, Steinway, and National Federation of Music Clubs at state and national levels.  Most recently, she served as adjudicator for the final round of the Jefferson Symphony International Piano Competition held in Colorado.

Sophia Park-Song received the Bachelor of Music with honors and the Doctor of Musical Arts degrees from the Eastman School of Music.  She has been on the faculty of Sweet Briar College, Virginia, and was the Director of Keyboard Studies and a tenured faculty member at a Texas A&M System university.  Currently, she serves on the faculty at University of Colorado Denver.

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