Park ICM Press
KC Symphony’s Celebration at the Station starts off summer with a boom
Young Classical Musicians Welcome New Concert Home In Iconic Kansas City Office Building
Piano Competition Medalist Will Perform
Kahilu Theatre to present 2017 Van Cliburn silver medalist Kenny Broberg
Park ICM Grad Student Vladislav Kosminov Draws Rave Reviews in Oregon Concert.
When was the last time you got to witness the first steps of an international star in the making? Even more amazingly, one who was trained by the award-winning masters right here at the Park International Center for Music in Metro Kansas City?
http://kcstudio.org/kenny-broberg-perform-kansas-city-folly-theater-september-10-400-pm/ | View PDF
Jordan Buchholtz gave two thumbs up to Kenny Broberg’s Kansas City debut at the Folly saying, “His strong and satisfying sound at the piano along with clear and sensible phrasing, made for an exquisite concert Sunday afternoon at the Folly Theater.”
http://kcmetropolis.org/issue/september-13-2017/article/simply-superb1 | View PDF
Dr. Shokhrukh Sadikov combines contemporary experience, changing emotions and classical style to create his new album, “Stozel, Schumnann, Brahms.” http://www.fhsu.edu/news/FHSU-s-Sadikov-releases-album/ | View PDF
Van Cliburn Competition silver medalist Kenny Broberg from Park University’s International Center for Music swings into action at the Folly Theater for his first solo recital in Kansas City. http://kcmetropolis.org/issue/september-6-2017/article/music-through-mid-september12 | View PDF
Behzod Abduraimov, the 26-year-old Uzbeki keyboardist who made his splash in the piano world in the usual way – tackling the big Russian piano concertos – got around to bringing the biggest of the bunch, the Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 3, to the Hollywood Bowl Tuesday night.
http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/arts/la-et-cm-phil-abduraimov-review-20170816-story.html | View PDF
Feel like “raging against the machine” this Fall? Art is your best recourse! So get out your desk calendars, cell phones, IPads and whatnot and start marking down some of our must-sees. You’ll thank us later!
http://www.kcindependent.com/food-for-mind-and-soul-these-arts-highlights-can-brighten-your-fall/ | View PDF
Park University graduate student Kenny Broberg, a native of Minnesota, was the silver medalist in the 2017 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition in June. Now he’s focusing on a career in music.
http://www.kansascity.com/entertainment/performing-arts/article164756492.html | View PDF
The making of every great musician involves natural talent, assiduous practice and, perhaps most important of all, teachers whose influences mold an artist through intelligence, caring attention and a deep understanding both of music and of career-building.
http://www.kcindependent.com/master-in-the-works-after-following-in-teachers-footsteps-to-cliburn-medal-park-university-student-to-make-kc-recital-debut/ | View PDF
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Park University music student Kenneth Broberg, a Minneapolis native, won the silver medal Saturday in the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition in Fort Worth, Texas.
http://www.kansascity.com/entertainment/performing-arts/article155583669.html | View PDF
Weekend Top Pick – Park Grad Student is One of 6 Finalists in Van Cliburn Piano Competition
http://www.kansascity.com/entertainment/arts-culture/article154719304.html | View PDF