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Piano on Dim Stage

Bailey Piano Debut Concert

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The PAC Board is thrilled to announce the return of the fully restored Bailey Piano to Palmer! (Read more about the piano here.) We will celebrate the completion of this extensive project with a concert:

Saturday, June 17th, 7pm

Glenn Massay Theater

with visiting pianist Roman Rudnytsky

and local pianist Sam Dinges.


Tickets: $20 in advance ($25 at the door)

               $15 PAC members & students ($20 at the door)

Purchase at Fireside Books, Non-Essentials, Turkey Red, or online at the link below.

About the pianist:

Roman Rudnytsky is an American concert pianist of Ukrainian background who has been performing around the world for many years. A graduate of the Juilliard School in New York, he has now played concerts in 100 countries. He has been soloist with many orchestras around the world, played in 35 countries through US Embassies as a kind of “cultural ambassador,” and played recitals on about 70 cruises of P&O and Cunard ships. He has been a prizewinner in ten international and national piano competitions.


In addition to his concertizing, Roman Rudnytsky was also a university professor of piano and music for many years, mostly at Youngstown (OH) State University, where he earned a Distinguished Professor Award and, at retirement in 2011, was awarded the title Professor Emeritus.


2023 concerts include his 14th New Zealand tour, recitals on Guam and Saipan, recitals in Britain, two cruises on Cunard’s Queen Mary 2, and his 23rd Australian tour. His recital in Palmer is part of his seventh tour in Alaska, which will also include recitals in Talkeetna, Nome, Petersburg, and Wrangell. On previous tours, he has also played in Seldovia, Homer, Dillingham, Valdez, Haines, and Skagway.

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Pianist Roman Rudnytsky

Piano Keys

Classical Piano Masterclass

with Roman Rudnytsky

A unique opportunity to learn in a small group setting

with a professional, international pianist! 

Geared toward piano teachers and intermediate to advanced level piano students, this masterclass will cover effective methods for practicing and memorizing pieces, as well as other topics related to performing and piano playing in general. 

Friday, June 16th, 7-9pm

Percussion in the Valley Studio

13372 E Crowther Rd

(off Inner Springer Loop, behind the fairgrounds)

Come prepared with a short piece to play to get individualized feedback from the masterclass instructor. (This is not required, but is highly encouraged and recommended to get the most out of the workshop experience!)

Limited Tickets Available

General admission: $20

PAC Members and Students: $15

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