Press release posted by Bob Evans
International Tchaikovsky Piano Competition Bronze Medalist
to Perform in Kansas City
Kenny Broberg to Perform in Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts’
Helzberg Hall September 20
Kenny Broberg, Van Cliburn Silver Medalist, Park ICM piano master’s candidate, and, most recently, International Tchaikovsky Piano Competition Bronze Medalist, will return to perform for Kansas City audiences as part of Stanislav & Friends, September 20, in Helzberg Hall. Kenny, 25, won the Bronze Medal at The International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow in June. He was the only American to make the finals. High res photos can be found here. Broll of his performance from the Tchaikovsky Competition can be found here.
Considered THE competition in the international music community, the International Tchaikovsky Competition began in 1958. The main purpose of the musical competition is revealing new talent. And Kenny’s star has been rising rapidly since then.
Kenny Broberg rose to international fame after winning the Silver Medal at the 2017 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition in Fort Worth, Texas. Coached by Van Cliburn Gold Medalist, Stanislav Ioudenitch, Kenny won with performances marked by “an imaginative shaping of themes, revelation of inner voices, and a unfailing sense of momentum.” (Texas Classical Review)
Since winning the Tchaikovsky bronze medal in June, Kenny is in hot demand, has met with agency representation, and is literally being asked to perform all over the world with world-renowned conductors in world-class performing venues. When he’s not touring, Kenny will be pursuing a master’s degree in piano performance with Stanislav Ioudenitch at the Park International Center for Music.
Kenny will be joined on the Stanislav & Friends Program by the following musicians, all from Park ICM:
- Stanislav Ioudenitch, Piano – Van Cliburn Gold Medalist, Park ICM Founder and Director Park ICM Piano Studio.
- Behzod Abduraimov, Piano – London International Piano Competition Gold Medalist, protégé of Stanislav Ioudenitch and Artist in Residence, Park ICM.
- Maria Ioudenitch, Violin – Daughter of Stanislav Ioudenitch and incredible musician in her own right, Maria is a Master’s Candidate at New England Conservatory of Music.
- Daniel Veis, Cello – International Tchaikovsky Cello Competition Gold Medalist and Director Cello Studio at Park ICM.
- Ben Sayevich, Violin – Recipient of the American-Israeli Cultural Foundation Award and Director of Violin Studio at Park ICM.
- Igor Khukhua, Violin – Silver Medalist in Russian National Music Competition, First Prize at Naftzger Artists Competition.
- Dilshod Narzilleav, Cello – Grand Prize Uzbekistan Republic Competition, Winner Wichita Symphony Young Artist Competition, Cello Division.
- Lolita Lisovskaya-Sayevich, Piano – Gold Medal Chopin International Piano Competition, Collaborative Piano Director Park ICM.
The repertoire of Stanislav & Friends includes:
P. I. Tchaikovsky
Trio in A minor , Op. 50 Pezzo Elegiaco
Ben Sayevich, violin Daniel Veis, cello Stanislav Ioudenitch,piano
E.Ysaÿe Sonata No. 3 in D minor “Ballade” Igor Khukhua,violin
Suite Italienne, for cello & piano (arr. from Pulcinella)
Introduzione Serenata Tarantella
Dilshod Narzillaev, cello Lolita Lisovskaya-Sayevich, piano
Suite No. 1 for Two Pianos in F Major, Op. 15
Valse Kenny Broberg, piano
Stanislav Ioudenitch, piano E. Wild
Virtuoso Etude after Gershwin, “I Got Rhythm”
Polka de W.R
Kenny Broberg, piano
Caprice d’après l’Étude en forme de Valse de C. Saint-Saëns
Maria Ioudenitch, violin Lolita Lisovskaya-Sayevich, piano
P. I. Tchaikovsky/S. Rachmaninoff
Lullaby , Op.16, No.1
“La Campanella” from Grand Paganini Études”, S. 141
Behzod Abduraimov, piano
Suite No.1, Op. 5
Easter Behzod Abduraimov, piano
Stanislav Ioudenitch, piano
Op. 34, No. 2 Op. 64, No. 1
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 6, S. 244
Stanislav Ioudenitch, piano
Tickets for Stanislav & Friends begin at $75 (plus the Kauffman Center fee of $7) and are available at ICM.Park.EDU. Parking at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts is $10. Seating is limited to those sections immediately surrounding the stage, creating an intimate “salon” feel to the evening.
ABOUT PARK INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR MUSIC – Park ICM was established (www.park.edu) at Park University in 2003. This All-Steinway School trains and educates the next generation of accomplished musicians in a focused and creative atmosphere with an international faculty of renowned excellence. Park ICM offers degree, certificate and diploma programs at the graduate and undergraduate levels. Our courses of study are focused in the areas of performance in violin, viola, cello and piano. At the core of all ICM programs is one-on-one studio instruction providing vital interactions between the student and master faculty, having just completed its 15th season. This extremely exclusive music academy selects just 30 students each year to study in the historic European apprenticeship tradition. Park’s amazing campus provides focused and uninterrupted practice time 24-hours daily in a serene and extremely supportive environment. The master faculty also coaches musicianship and career development so that the students will become award-winning musicians, traveling the world and entertaining the most discerning music lovers across all continents.
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