Events 2018-02-22T19:58:27+00:00

ICM students and faculty are frequently asked to perform at off-campus events sponsored by individuals or organizations not formally connected to Park University. One example includes the ICM Orchestra’s performance at the Kansas City Chinese Association New Year’s Celebration held at JCCC. Contact Park University International Conservatory of Music for your event’s musical needs.

Upcoming Events

Wednesday & Thursday, Feb. 21 at 4:00 PM & Feb. 22 at 10:00 AM
Masterclasses presented by Shmuel Ashkenasi (Violin), Masterclasses and lecture presentations to Park ICM students / Park ICM Chapel, Park University, Parkville, MO / Open to the public

Thursday, March 01 / Noon
KC Music Club Recital to feature Park ICM students / First Lutheran Church, 6400 State Line Road, KC, KS

Thursday, March 08 / Noon
2018 Awards Luncheon, KCArts – Kenneth “Kenny” Broberg, (Piano) will be featured performer at this annual event attended by approximately 1,200 individual and corporate supporters of the Arts in KC. / Kansas City Convention Center, Grand Ballroom, 301 W. 13th St., K.C, MO

Saturday, March 10 / 4:00 PM
Dr. Steven McDonald, Musical Director of the ICM Orchestra will be Guest Conductor of the Kansas Wesleyan University International Festival Orchestra which will be performing  Brandenburg Concerto No. 6 / Sams Chapel, Kansas Wesleyan University, Salina, KS

Monday, April 09 / 7:30 PM
Screening of movie:  Big Sonia / Ben Sayevich & Lolita Lisovskaya-Sayevich / Park University Alumni Hall, Parkville Campus

Saturday, April 14 / 7:30 PM
Dr. Steven McDonald, Musical Director of the ICM Orchestra will be Guest Conductor of the Navo Arts Ensemble which will be performing  Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 / Country Club Christian Church, Kansas City

Sunday, April 15 / 3:00 PM
Dr. Steven McDonald, Musical Director of the ICM Orchestra will be Guest Conductor of the Navo Arts Ensemble which will be performing  Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 / Grace Episcopal Cathedral, Topeka

Monday, April 23 / Program time TBD
Creative Arts Symphosium – Park ICM students will present program of solo and chamber music / Park University, Academic Underground, Parkville, MO

Saturday, May 12 / Program time TBD
Stowers Cancer Institute – Ben Sayevich and Mark Ptashne

One of the important components necessary to the development of an accomplished performer is the opportunity to study and learn from a variety of internationally famous professional musicians.  As part of the Park International Center of Music’s guest artists series each year (whose performance schedule is above), each guest artist is contracted to teach one or more master classes to our students. Students perform repertoire being studied in an informal class setting with the guest artist, others students and faculty.  Constructive criticism and suggestions on how they might improve using different technical approaches and musical interpretations provide new insights on improving their own performance and those of others. Park ICM is thrilled to be able to invite so many internationally renowned musicians to Kansas City to help refine our students in their craft.