Piano Festival is Saturday

4/9/2014

Southwest Kansans can hear some of the best emerging pianists in the area during a public concert planned at the 32nd Annual Garden City Piano Festival. The annual event brings more than 100 Kansas piano students and teachers to Garden City Community College for two days of individual clinic sessions and a public performance at 7 p.m. Saturday in the auditorium of the Pauline Joyce Fine Arts Building. Admission is free.

Southwest Kansans can hear some of the best emerging pianists in the area during a public concert planned at the 32nd Annual Garden City Piano Festival. The annual event brings more than 100 Kansas piano students and teachers to Garden City Community College for two days of individual clinic sessions and a public performance at 7 p.m. Saturday in the auditorium of the Pauline Joyce Fine Arts Building. Admission is free.

Two returning clinicians, James and Julie Rivers, will work with the piano students and perform in Saturday night's concert. The concert will also feature some of the participating student pianists.

Activities will be based throughout the fine arts building, with pianists of all skill levels participating in individual regular lessons and master lessons, given by the Rivers. The festival is sponsored in partnership by GCCC and the Garden City Piano Teachers League, with strong support from the Mary Jo Williams Trust, as well as backing from a number of business, individuals and organizations.

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