Thursday, March 08, 2007

Stanislav Ioudenitch, Tatiana Tessman, Ulugbeck Palvanov in piano concert at Hurley Sun, Mar 11, 3 pm in benefit for the Wideman Competition

Stanislav Ioudenitch and two of his students will perform Sun, March 11, at 3 p.m. at the Hurley School of Music Bldg, Centenary College. They will play a benefit concert for the Wideman Piano Competition, says Lester Senter Wilson.

Ioudenitch, the 2001 Cliburn Gold Medalist and the Wideman 1998 Gold Medalist, earned concert dates around the globe winning the Eleventh Cliburn Competition.

Ioudenitch is currently teaching at the International Center for Music at Park University, Kansas City.

Born in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, Ioudenitch has grown into one of the music world’s most promising young artists. He has taken top prizes at the Busoni, Kapell, and Maria Callas Competitions and took first prize at both the 1998 Palm Beach Invitational and the 2000 New Orleans International Piano Competitions.

This program brings together the young “master” and the top pianists from his studio – Tatiana Tessman from Omsk - she was 2005 Wideman Gold Medalist - and Uzbekistan pianist Ulugbek Palvanov. Both have received prizes, awards and scholarships from all over the world.

Tickets: $20 at the door
Reception afterwards to meet the artists at the Symphony House.

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