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Kenny Broberg and Maria Ioudenitch

Starting on July 26, 2024 7:00 pm
Categories: PianoFest
Tags: Classical

Van Cliburn Concert: Kenny Broberg and Maria Ioudenitch

Sunday, July 26, 2023
7:00 PM (CDT)

Escape into a midsummer’s dream at the second performance of the 2024 Van Cliburn Concert series, featuring American classical pianist Kenny Broberg and Russian-born violinist Maria Ioudenitch.

This romantic end-of-summer concert promises a magical evening of piano and violin and showcases the flawless tones of the iconic Van Cliburn piano. Witness the artistry of the talented duo in the intimate setting of the Great Hall. With stunning views and soul-stirring music, we hope to see you there.


Sonatina G minor, D.408
Sonata No. 1 G Major, Op. 78


L. Boulanger
N. Boulanger
Soleils couchants
Sonata, FP 119
Sonata No. 2 “Blues”

About the Artists

About Kenny Broberg

During his auspicious career before winning the 2021 American Pianist Awards and Christel DeHaan Classical Fellowship, Kenny Broberg captured the silver medal at the 2017 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition and a bronze medal at the 2019 International Tchaikovsky Competition as well as prizes at the Hastings, Sydney, Seattle and New Orleans International Piano Competitions, becoming one of the most decorated and internationally renowned pianists of his generation. Broberg is lauded for his inventive, intelligent and intense performances.

About Maria Ioudenitch

Born in Russia, violinist Maria Ioudenitch immigrated with her musical family to the U.S. at the age of two and grew up in Kansas City. In 2021, she received first prizes in the Ysaÿe International Music Competition, the Tibor Varga International Violin Competition and the Joseph Joachim International Competition. She also received numerous special prizes at these competitions, including Joachim’s Chamber Music Award, the prize for Best Interpretation of the Commissioned Work, the Henle Urtext Prize, and a recording deal with Warner Classics.

Kenny Broberg is the winner of the 2021 American Pianists Awards.


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