Please join us for a Breast Cancer Benefit Concert featuring Amanda Kemp, pianist and educator, on Sunday, February 23 at 3:30PM at Schmitt Music Kansas City – open to the public!
This benefit concert is dedicated to a very special individual, diagnosed with breast cancer, who has recently finished her chemotherapy and radiation visits. The event is free, however we suggest a donation of $10 or any amount you feel compelled to give. All proceeds directly benefit this special person, and costs associated with her recovery.
Kansas City metro native Amanda Kemp is an award-winning pianist, collaborator, educator, organist, and carillonneur. She has performed with the Kansas State University Orchestra, participated in multi-million dollar benefit concerts, and facilitated art gallery openings, among various other public performances.
Amanda holds a master’s degree in Piano Performance from Missouri State University (an All-Steinway School), under Dr. Wei-Han Su, and a bachelor’s degree in Applied Music in Piano from Kansas State University (also an All-Steinway School), with Dr. Slawomir Dorbzanski.