One of the youngest violinists to lead a major orchestra today, Radzynski is the Concertmaster of the Israel Philharmonic. A graduate of the Park International Center for Music under the tutelage of Professor Ben Sayevich, David took the helm of the internationally renowned orchestra in 2015. David will be in concert with Lolita Lisovskaya-Sayevich, Park University Collaborative Artist, at the intimate marvel concert hall in Kansas City, the 1900 Building.
On Monday, April 9, Park University will host a program that will include a screening of Warshawski’s story, “Big Sonia,” a live music performance and a panel discussion starting at 6 p.m. in the Jenkin and Barbara David Theater inside Alumni Hall on the University’s Parkville Campus. Admission to the event, a part of Park’s 2017-18 Year of Diversity series of events, is free and open to the public. To ensure seating, registration is requested at park.edu/bigsonia.
The Kansas City Chamber Orchestra and the International Center for Music at Park University Present New Spring Horizons April 27devicm 2018-04-20T15:41:50+00:00
The evening will feature classical concertos performed by award-winning young soloists alongside some of the region’s finest professional musicians For Immediate Release March 14, 2018 Kansas City, Mo.: Kansas Citians will have the opportunity to hear some of the most beloved and iconic classical concertos performed by inspiring young talent from the International Center for Music (ICM) at Park [...]
Award-Winning Park ICM Soloists in Concert With the Kansas City Chamber Orchestra to Present Spring Horizonsdevicm 2018-03-12T20:01:51+00:00
Saturday, April 27, 2018, Helzberg Hall, Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts A magnificent evening of classical music with the Kansas CityChamber Orchestra featuring some of Park ICM’s most acclaimed students is coming to the Kauffman Center on Saturday April 27 th. Including Mansur Kadirov, cello, Igor Khukhua, Violin, and Kenny Broberg, Silver Medalist of the 2017 [...]
Saturday, April 7, 2018, 7:30 p.m. Graham Tyler Memorial Chapel, Park University Campus Daniel Veis has been widely recognized as “the finest Czech cellist” since winning the Silver Medal at the prestigious 1978 Tchaikovsky International Competition in Moscow. Prior to winning the Tchaikovsky, he won the First Prize at the 1976 Prague Spring International Competition. Veis, along with his [...]