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.
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Friday, October 1
Graham Tyler Memorial Chapel at Park University
This program will mark the return of the Orchestra to live, in-person concerts, and will be held in the Graham Tyler Memorial Chapel on the grounds of Park University, Parkville, Missouri. The program will be under the direction of Maestro Filippo Ciabatti, music director of the Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra.
Admission is free though a reservation is required. Masks are required on the Park University campus and social distancing will be implemented. To make your reservation, please contact Gus Fernandez Agreda at GFernandezAgreda@park.edu
Owen/Cox Dance Group Presents: Images
Saturday, October 9, 2021, 8:00 p.m.
Sunday, October 10, 2021, 2:00 p.m.
Polsky Theatre, Midwest Trust Center
Owen/Cox Dance Group presents Images – a world premiere dance work in collaboration with Park University’s International Center for Music. The performance will feature beautiful works in the classical canon by Brahms, Bach, Debussy and more with all new choreography by Artistic Director, Jennifer Owen. For more information, visit: owencoxdance.org
Due to limited seating, tickets may only be purchased by calling the JCCC Box Office: 913.469.4445
As was announced last spring, ICM graduate student Kenny Broberg was one of five finalists in the prestigious American Pianists Awards! The American Pianists Association nurtures artistic growth of America’s top pianists. Their greatest support is given through the American Pianists Awards, a biennial competition that engages the competitors in a variety of creative formats. Winners receive cash and two-years of career advancement valued at over $100,000. The finals took place on June 27 in Indianapolis. Learn More About the Competition Here