Parker Wolf is 10 years old and is in fifth grade. He began taking piano lessons at the age of four and has been under the instruction of Mr. Daniel Nagy since then. Parker participates in many piano events throughout the year and has won several first place prizes. Among these is the John Leatherwood Concerto Competition in which he won first place and performed with the Northwest Florida Symphony Orchestra (NFSO) in the Stars of Tomorrow Concert at the age of eight. Since then, Parker has enjoyed performing as a guest recitalist for the NFSO Guild and recently performed pre-concert at this year’s Stars of Tomorrow Concert. At the age of nine, Parker won the Gold medal in the American Association for Development of the Gifted and Talented International Young Musician’s Festival, “Passion of Music 2020”. He is invited to perform in the winner’s concert at Carnegie Hall. Parker has performed as a guest at various recitals and events, including the 2018 Florida Federation of Music Club’s Convention Concert. He was also invited by Yamaha artist (and “The Piano Guys” production manager), Craig Knudsen, to perform at his lecture and demonstrate the capabilities of Yamaha Clavinova and Disklavier pianos. Parker is also 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, going on road trips, rock wall climbing, and spending time with friends.
You can find Parker’s performance here.