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Nestled in the river bluffs overlooking Kansas City, MO, a musical enclave is quietly producing some of the best classical musicians in the world. Based on the Classic European Apprenticeship Model, the Park International Center for Music is transforming talented protégés in piano, violin, viola and cello into world-class performers.

Our internationally renowned instructors prepare students not only for the rarefied air of top international competition, but also in the life skills needed to thrive in their chosen profession.

No other American music program provides this intensive European protégé/master training.



Park ICM Founder and Van Cliburn award winner Stanislav loudenitch poses with former protégé, Behzod Abduraimov, who currently is selling out concerts around the world including Carnegie Hall, the Hollywood Bowl, and the Royal Albert Hall accompanied by the London Philharmonic Orchestra.


Daniel Veis and Helena Veisova: Park ICM Masters in Concert
Saturday, April 7, 7:30 PM

Widely recognized as “the finest Czech cellist,” since winning the Silver Medal at the prestigious 1978 Tchaikovsky International Competition in Moscow, Daniel Veis, along with Helena Veisova on piano, will present two famed pieces for cello and piano at the beautiful Graham Tyler Memorial Chapel on the campus of Park University on Saturday evening, April 7, 2018.

Tickets are complimentary and open to the public.

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Dilshod Narzillaev, undergraduate student cellist studying with Professor Daniel Veis at Park International Center for Music, is one of 32 applicants from throughout the world to be accepted to attend the Ecoles d’Art Américaines de Fontainebleau, Fontainebleau, France.

The Fontainebleau Schools (also known as Les Ecoles d’Art Américaines de Fontainebleau) are comprised of the Conservatoire Américaine and the École des Beaux-Arts. For almost 100 years the schools have been offering international summer programs of the highest level for students in music and architecture.

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