NewsArts & Culture / November 6, 2019

American Pianists Association Celebrates 40th Season With Concert Series

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American Pianists Association Celebrates 40th Season With Concert Series

Sean Chen

Courtesy American Pianists Association

Indianapolis based American Pianists Association celebrates its 40th season with a series of concerts showcasing many of its past Classical and Jazz Award winners.  From WFYI’s Arts and Culture Desk, Jill Ditmire talks with 2013 Classical winner Sean Chen about how the APA helped launch his career and his current role as Artist in Residence at the University of Missouri Kansas City.

WFYI partnered with the APA earlier this year to produce recordings of the APA Jazz Finals. You can see and hear those performances on our website.

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