Felicity Mazur-Park

Felicity Mazur-Park is an English pianist and composer currently based in Texas. She started playing the piano at the age of four and also plays the violin, flute, and organ. She received much of her formative musical training at Mount Kelly, an independent day and boarding school in Tavistock, England. After completing her A-levels at Mount Kelly in 2007 she moved to Boston, Massachusetts to attend The Boston Conservatory. In the summer of 2008 she attended the European American Musical Alliance Composition Program at L’Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris for which she received a Florence Gould Foundation/Michael Iovenko Memorial Scholarship. She graduated with a Bachelor of Music degree in Music Composition from The Boston Conservatory in May 2011. After graduating she moved to Nashville, Tennessee to pursue her musical goals.

Felicity was busy musically in Nashville. She performed as an accompanist and soloist, worked on various compositional commissions, and taught private piano, theory, and music technology lessons. Additionally, she served as Organist/Accompanist at Rehoboth United Methodist Church in Gallatin, TN from October 2013 to March 2018. Lastly, she graduated with her Master of Education degree from Tennessee State University in December 2017. Her Master of Education thesis, Ethnic Music in Nashville: A Choral Approach, won the university’s graduate oral presentation award at its Spring 2017 Research Forum For the Arts. Since moving to Dallas in March 2018, Felicity has worked as a full time piano accompanist for Irving Independent School District. She has accompanied both choirs and soloists who have received superior ratings at University Interscholastic League Competitions.

Her works have been performed by ensembles including: Xanthos, Juventas New Music Ensemble, The Boston Conservatory Orchestra, and Ludovico Ensemble. She has had works read by Brave New Works, The Boston Conservatory Orchestra, and The Boston Conservatory Chorale. She has studied music composition with Andrew M. Wilson, Jan Swafford, Dalit Warshaw, Andy Vores, Marti Epstein, and Olga Harris.