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.
Right after welcoming the New Year, celebrating the Orthodox Christmas (January 7) and the Old Russian New Year (January 14), the Russian House of Kansas City celebrated these Russian winter traditions and introduced them to the Kansas City community at Schmitt Music in Overland Park. All featured in the photo, Irina Kobzeva-Pavlovich shared stories about secular holidays and Father Zachary with Sts. Peter and Fevronia Orthodox church described the Orthodox religious traditions. Guests of the event met the Russian Father Frost and Snegurochka (Snow Maiden). Photographer Timothy Wetmore presented his work which included images of Moscow. The highlight of the event was a performance by the talented Russian-speaking musicians, students of Park International Center for Music, Evangeliyya Deligonas-Khukhua, piano, Igor Khukhua, violin, and Dilshod Narzillaev, cello.
Escape with gorgeous tunes and heartwarming concertos performed by inspiring young talent from the International Center for Music (ICM) at Park University, and the Kansas City Chamber Orchestra during Bridges of the Heart February 13 at the Folly Theater. The evening will feature award-winning soloists Dilshod Narzillaev (cello), Laurel Gagnon (violin), Igor Khukhua (violin), and Vladislav Kosminov (piano).
Saturday, May 12 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. Stowers Institute for Medical Research 1000 E. 50th St Kansas City, MO 64110 Students of Park University's International Center for Music will join the Stowers Institute for Medical Research for a special concert highlighting the talents of molecular biologist and violinist, Dr. Mark Ptashne. Attendees will enjoy some light refreshments before a full concert where science and music are brought together. Seating is Limited. Tickets and registration required.