Meet Our Associate Faculty
Gregory Sandomirsky -Violin/Viola
Sandomirsky holds a master of music degree in violin from the Odessa Conservatory, Russia. He is well known to Kansas City audiences and is currently serving as the Associate Concertmaster of the Kansas City Symphony.
In the summer of 2003, he served as Guest Concertmaster, Camerata Strumentale “Citta di Prato” at the Academia Musicale, Chigianna Festival, Italy and continues solo appearances throughout Europe.
Tatiana Ioudenitch - Piano
Ioudenitch is a graduate of the Uspensky Specialized School of Music for Gifted Children in Tashkent, Uzbekistan and holds a master's degree in piano performance from the Saratov State Conservatory in Russia.
She participated in the Rachmaninoff International Piano Courses and attended classes at the International Piano Foundation in Italy.
She was an award recipient in the 1993 All Russia Piano Competition and, before moving to the United States, she performed in recitals and as a soloist with orchestras throughout Russia.
Currently she teaches piano and theory at the Ioudenitch Music School in Overland Park.
Lolita Lisovskaya-Sayevich - Coordinator of Music Collaboration
Lolita Lisovskaya-Sayevich began studying piano at the age of 4 and was a member of the Tashkent (Uzbekistan) family of musicians. In 1985, she entered the Uspensky Central Music School in Tashkent. In 1993, she entered a private school for young musicians in Moscow, and that same year, she received first prize from the Chopin International Piano Competition in Göttingen, Germany. In 1995, she entered the Tchaikovsky Special Music School, and in 1997 attended the Tchaikovsky Moscow Conservatoire, studying with Vera Gornostaeva, with whom she continued postgraduate study from 2002 to 2004.
In 1996, Lisovskaya received the first prize from the Nikolai Rubinstein International Piano Competition, and in 2007 she received first prize at the Iowa Piano International Competition. Lisovskaya has received scholarships from the Rostropovich Foundation, the Spivakov Foundation and Nikolai Petrov Foundation, and she has earned the laureate designation from the International Program of “New Names,” and the Festival “Virtuoso 2000” in St. Petersburg, Russia. Lisovskaya has recorded at the Hessen Radio Station in Frankfurt, Germany, and at Orfei Radio in Moscow.
Lisovskaya has presented numerous solo recitals and has played as a soloist with orchestras in Austria, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy and Russia. She has participated in numerous music festivals including the Bashmet Festival in Tours, France, “Wave 2000” in Japan, and “Ars Longa” and Primavera Classica” in Moscow. She now performs extensively in chamber music ensembles.
Currently, Lisovskaya is director of collaborative piano at the International Center for Music at Park University.
Associate Faculty will be drawn from the talented pool of professionals in the greater Kansas City Area.
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