Kairy Koshoeva, D.M.A.; NCTM

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Piano Music


Office: Sedgwick 119

Monday & Wednesday: 8-9 a.m.

Courses: Applied Piano I,II,III,IV

Kairy Koshoeva earned her Doctor of Musical Art degree from the Conservatory of Music at the University of Missouri, Kansas City.  She also holds bachelor and masters degrees from Gnessin’s Academy of Music in Moscow, Russia, and Artist Diploma certificate from Oberlin Conservatory at Oberlin College in Ohio.

Ms. Koshoeva has garnered awards from around the globe including the top prize at the International Piano Competition in Vincenza, Italy, the N. Rubinstein Competition in Paris, France, and is the 2004 Gold Medal winner of the Rachmaninoff  award in Moscow, Russia, and first prize at Chautauqua Music Festival concerto competition in New York. In 2003 she was named Honored Artist of her native country Kyrgyzstan. She has performed in Israel, France, Germany, Russia, Turkey, Switzerland and the United States. She has held teaching positions at Avila University, Kansas City Community College and the University of Central Missouri. Currently she is a faculty member at Rockhurst University, UMKC, Park University and KU.

She is a Nationally Certified Teacher of Music in Piano through MTNA.