|Long Island Conservatory of Music
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Min Sun Kim
Minsun Kim is the founder of Long Island Conservatory of Music and President of the LISMA Non-Profit Foundation.
Her achievements stemmed from her passion for music, both the learning and teaching of it.
Minsun Kim organized and directed summer music festivals as follows:
- President, Long Island Conservatory of Music (Non-profit organization), 2009-Present
- President, Long Island Conservatory, 1992-Present
- President of LISMA Foundation (Non-profit organization), 2000-Present
- President of Annual New York Youth Concert at Carnegie Hall/Lincoln Center, 1991-Present
- President, LISMA Annual International Music Competition, New York, 2005-Present
- President, Long Island Conservatory of Music and SUNY Old Westbury, International Music Festival, 2004-2009
- Director, Steinway & Sons Hall Spring Annual Concert: Mloist in Spring, New York, 2005-Present
- Director, Old Westbury Garden Spring & Fall Annual Concert, New York, 2005-Present
- Director, Summer Music Festival in Peking, China, 07 - 08/1998
- Director, Summer Music Festival in Gubio, Italy, 07 - 08/1997
- Director, Summer Music Festival at the Prague Conservatory, Czech, 07 - 08/1996
- Director, Summer Music Festival at the Franz Liszt Academy, Hungary, 06 - 07/1995
- Director, Summer Music Festival at the Gnessin Music Academy, Russia, 06 - 07/1994
- Performed at Salzburg Summer Music Festival, Austria, 07 - 08/1983
- Performed at Tokyo Summer Music Festival, Japan, 07 - 08/1981
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
President, Chief Executive Officer: Flushing Savings Bank,
Member of the Board of Trustees, the Finance, and Nominating Committees: St. Joseph's College,
Audit Committee Chairman: Neighborhood Housing Services of New York City,
Member of the Board: The New York Bankers Service Corporation, Korean American Youth Foundation,
Treasurer: The New York Banders Association
Chairman: The New Century Fund.
Patrick Cadet, Ph.D
- National Institute on Drug Abuse, Post-Doctoral Fellow
- National Institute of Mental Health PI ・紫ｊ莎・ant
- Member of various scientific editorial Boards author of over 30 publications
- Patent Holder
Emmigrated from hisnative Portugal to the U.S. 30 years ago with the aspiration of becoming a restaurateur. Carvalho made that dream come true when he opened his first restaurant called Bairrada in 1993, which was followed by Churrasqueira Bairrada, in 1996. Next he opened a retail outlet, Carvalho Imports, which sells the bread baked fresh at Bairrada, as well as food and other goods.
He is a member of the:
- County Seat Kiwanis
- Portuguese Lions Club
- Mineola Portuguese Society
Principal/ Owner: Americana Manhasset
Principal/Owner: Castagna Realty Co. , Inc.
Chairman: Gilbert Tilles Center for the Performing Arts
Chairman: Council of Overseers for the Rose
- Nassau County Museum of Art
- National Disabilities Services in Albertson.
- Old Westbury Gardens, the Institute for Community Development
- Anti-Defamation League.
He works closely with North Shore University Hospital, Schneider's Children's Hospital and Long Island Jewish Hospital, the Long Island Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, the North Shore Child and Guidance Association, St. Francis Hospital, the Arthritis Foundation and Mommas, a home for unwed mothers.
A violinist, composer, teacher, and conductor studied at Kharkov and Moscow conservatories under Lechinsky and Yankelevich.
Winning the Gold Medal in the Queen Elizabeth Competition in Brussels.
Mr. Markov made his sensational debut with the Houston Symphony in May, 1976, prompting a New York Times reviewer to write: The audience roared approval, coming to its feet for three standing ovations, Mr. Markov vowed them with dazzling pyrotechnics. Markov performed a solo appearances at Carnegie Hall in New York, at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. and played to great media acclaim in concert halls in Chicago, Los Angeles, Detroit, Philadelphia, Houston, Toronto, Montreal and other cities of North and South America, Europe, Asia, and Africa. Currently, Mr. Markov is a faculty member in Manhattan School of Music and Long Island Conservatory of Music.
Patricia Schust (Executive Director)