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Kaleidoscope MusArt

Kaleidoscope MusArt (KMA) is dedicated to promoting classical music as a comprehensive and dynamic art form by working with emerging artists and 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. The core of our activity is the production of thematic concert series, which prominently feature emerging artists and works by living composers alongside acclaimed guest artists and masterpieces from the past. The thematic approach to programming and the interactive format of our concerts, in which performers or composers speak about the compositions, stimulate a stronger connection between the audience and the music. Striving to cultivate the appreciation of classical music among the young generation, as well as to facilitate and encourage youths’ access to artistic and educational programs, KMA offers free admission to individuals under 18 at all of our events. KMA’s Young Talents Showcase and the Prelude Concerts are two initiatives designed specifically to discover, nurture, and promote local young talents. KMA strives to make new music accessible to a broad audience. We offer discounted ticket prices for students and seniors and regularly donate tickets to CultureShock Miami. Many of our events are offered with free admission. The main sustaining force of KMA’s activity are the individual donors, grant funding, and our tireless and dedicated team.

8335 SW 72nd Ave., Apt. 113
Miami, FL 33143

Composers and Performers after Society of Composers, Inc. and Kaleidoscope MusArt's collaboration concert on October 12, 2018 at Victor E. Clarke Recital Hall, University of Miami From left to right (front row): Luca Cubisino, Eric Delgado, Logan Rutledge, Beiyao Ji, Lanjiabao Ge, Emiri Nourishirazi, Audrey Puschinksy, Mirette Hanna, Inesa Gegprifti, and Redi Llupa. From left to right (back row): Benjamin Montgomery, Jacob Mason, Wesley Thompson, Jose Veliz, Martin Alex Arellano, and Benjamin Webster.