MISSION

Kaleidoscope MusArt, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to promoting classical music as a relevant and evolving art form, through innovative concert programs and educational initiatives that explore links between new, rarely-heard, and well-known works while prominently featuring emerging artists and living composers. Through accessible and affordable concerts, we aim to foster an appreciation of the depth and versatility of classical music in people of all ages.

 

Kaleidoscope MusArt [KMA] was co-founded in November 2015 by Maria Sumareva, Akina Yura, Redi Llupa, Inesa Gegprifti and Rodrigo Bussad with the aim to promote new and rarely heard repertoire, as well as emerging artists and composers. Since then, KMA has been producing thematic piano and chamber music concerts that feature well-known masterpieces from the past along with works by living and/or under-performed composers of great merit. 

KMA is committed to supporting young artists under the age of 18, creating and facilitating their access to performance and educational opportunities through projects such as the Young Talents Showcase.

 

KMA annually hosts an international call for scores. Past winners  include: Mei-Fang Lin, Nahyun Kim, Taylor BrookeJean-Pascal ChaigneAlice HunterMarco LongoTianyi WangFrej Wedlund, and Fabian Zeidler. 
 

Since its founding, Kaleidoscope MusArt has presented works by more than 40 living composers, 15 world premieres, 8 american premieres, and numerous Miami and Florida premieres.

2020- 2021 Virtual Concert Season

 

Our 2020-2021 Virtual Concert Season "Echoes of Time" explores music is an artistic dimension where the past, present, and future perpetually co-exist.  Featured composers include Ludwig van Beethoven, Johannes Brahms, Franz Liszt, George Walker, Gregory Walker, Béla Bartók, Howard Ferguson, Elizabeth Lutyens, Olivier Messiaen, Alfred Schnittke, and Carl Vine, as well as the winners of our Call for Scores 2020 "Bagatelles for Beethoven"  Michael Coleman, Jane O'Leary,  Jeffrey Niederhoffer, David Martynuik, and Morgan Reed Greenwood.

For more information on specific programs, visit our website or click on the links below 

BRIEF HISTORY

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