Parker Wolf is twelve years old and is in seventh grade. He began taking piano lessons at the age of four and has been under the instruction of Mr. Daniel Nagy since then. Parker enjoys participating in many piano events throughout the year and has won first place in several competitions locally, regionally, and internationally. Among these are the Charleston International Spring Music Competition and the Florida State Music Teachers Association (FSMTA) State Concerto Competition in 2021. At age eight he performed with the Northwest Florida Symphony Orchestra after winning the John Leatherwood Concerto Competition, and at the age of nine he won a gold medal in the AADGT (American Association for Development of the Gifted and Talented) International Young Musician’s Festival which led to his Carnegie Hall debut in 2022.
Parker also performs as a guest artist for various recitals and events including the 2018 Florida Federation of Music Club’s Convention concert, as well as for several recitals for both the Northwest Florida Symphony Orchestra Guild and the Pensacola Symphony Orchestra Guild. Parker is active playing hymns for his local church services and began playing as one of his church’s congregational pianists at the age of six. In his time away from the piano, Parker enjoys reading, cooking, going on road trips, rockwall climbing, and spending time with family and friends.