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, Feb 21, 2020 POSTPONED
1900 Building, 1900 Shawnee Mission Parkway, Mission Woods, Kansas 66205
Due to circumstances beyond the control of Park University and the 1900 Building, the Park International Center for Music Guest Artist Series Concert featuring violinist Ben Sayevich and his wife, pianist Lolita Lisovskaya-Sayevich, scheduled for Friday, February 21st, at the 1900 Building in Mission Woods, Kansas, has been postponed. The new concert date will be shared as soon as it confirmed. Our apologies for any inconvenience this may cause. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to have your ticket purchase refunded. Existing tickets will be valid for the rescheduled concert date.
The ICM Orchestra of Park University will present a program of music with a Valentine’s Day theme on Friday, February 14, 7:30 p.m., in the quaint Graham Tyler Memorial Chapel at Park University. The concert is funded entirely by Park University and will feature a complimentary dessert reception immediately following the performance in the Foyer. For complete program information click here
In addition to works by Elgar, Rachmaninoff, Kreisler, Mascagni and Massenet, the concert will feature Peter Chun playing a Vivaldi concerto on the Viola d’Amore. Read more about this unique instrument here: “What on EARTH is this strange looking creature?”
In a special free Valentine’s Day themed concert Friday, February 14th at Park University, pianists Anastasia Vorotnaya and Simon Karakulidi will perform solo piano works of Beethoven and Rachmaninoff, as well as the fiery and virtuosic Transcendental Etude No.10 of Franz Lizst, named “The Appassionata” to start the hour-long concert. Dessert reception follows. Free admission.
Left: Simon Karakulidi Photo credit – Rachel Breen
Right: Anastasia Vorotnaya