Group Classes: Art of Collaboration
Ms. Ioudenitch holds a Master’s Degree in Piano Performance, Piano Teaching, Chamber Music Performance, and Piano Accompaniment from the Saratov State Conservatory of Music in Russia, and a Music Performance Degree from the Uspensky Specialized School of Music in Uzbekistan. Ms. Ioudenitch also studied at the Rachmaninov International Piano Courses in Russia and received a high accolade at the All-Russia Piano Competition in 1993.
Ms. Ioudenitch has over twenty five years of piano teaching experience. She has taught at the Zheleznodorozhnic Music School in Uzbekistan, Novopokorvskaya Music School in Russia, International Center for Music and Youth Conservatory at Park University, Missouri. She is the co-founder and Director of the Young Artists Music Academy in Kansas City and currently is teaching piano and chamber music there. In 2013, Ms. Ioudenitch established the Ovation Young Artist Piano Competition for children up to 17 years old.
Ms. Ioudenitch’s students have continuously received high acclaim at multiple competitions such as Baldwin Piano Award Competition, Music Teachers National Association competition, Kansas City Symphony Young Artist Concerto Competition, Omaha Symphony Competition, Heritage Philharmonic Young Artist Competition, Missouri State University Fite Family Foundation Piano Competition, and Missouri Western State University Young Artist Piano Competition. Her students regularly participate in masterclasses locally and abroad. In August of 2015, five of Ms. Ioudenitch’s students had been selected to participate at the prestigious International Lake Como Summer Piano School in Italy.
Ms. Ioudenitch’s students have performed in recitals for the Vladimir Spivakov International Charity Foundation’s International Music Festival in Moscow, Russia, in concerts with Omaha Symphony, Philharmonia of Greater Kansas City, Independence Symphony, and continue to perform in numerous other public recitals and events.
Ms. Ioudenitch has recently received the position as a Tholen Fellow Master Teacher, as part of Portland Piano International