After finishing his studies in Seoul, Korea at Chung-Ang University, Baritone Byeong-in Park continued his studies under the wings of the great tenor Francisco Araiza at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Stuttgart, Germany.
He attended master classes with Piero Miranda Ferraro, Ditrich Fischer-Dieskau, Júlia Várady, Montserrat Caballé, Francisco Araiza, Romualdo Sevastano and Brigitte Fassbaender.
He was a finalist in both "Iris Adami Corradetti" and "Montserrat Caballe" singing competitions in 2008. He received a scholarship from SIAA Foundation in Liechtenstein in 2009. Recently he became the winner of the Kammeroper Schloss Rheinsberg Competition in 2013 and was awarded the role of Count Homonay in Johann Strauss’ operetta Gypsy Baron at the Festival Schloss Rheinsberg and Staatstheater Braunschweig.
He played the roles of Germont in La Traviata (Seoul), Ottokar in Freischütz with the Philharmonie Reutlingen (Reutlingen, Germany), and the title role in Tchaikovsky’s opera Eugene Onegin with the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra (Stuttgart, Germany). In Bremen Opera he was also heard as Sciarrone in Tosca and Yakuside in Madama Butterfly.
He has regularly performed at "The Magic of Voice" in Mertingen, Germany, and with the Philharmonie Reutlingen as "Rossini‘s guest.” In 2012 he performed Schubert’s Die Winterreise at the Gala de Presentació Teatro Principal de Palma, Majorca.
From 2012 to 2014 Mr. Park has worked as a guest soloist at the Graz Opera Theater singing the roles of Schaunard in La Boheme, Heerrufer in Lohengrin and Peter in Hansel and Gretel.
In 2014 Mr. Park performed his debut performance in Singapore with the role of Gulielmo in Mozart’s comic opera, Cosi Fan Tutte at The Esplanade Theater. Mr. Park’s most recent performance was as a guest soloist of the Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra in their Season Concert at the Hanoi Opera House.