Kaleidoscope Chamber Ensemble
Compositions of composers that perished in the holocaust (exact program still TBD) works by, Kattenberg, Leo Smit, Ernst Bachrich and possibly Schulhoff & Gideon Klein.
Formed in 1996 by musicians with a wealth of chamber music experience, Kaleidoscope committed itself from the beginning to presenting a wide musical repertory, diverse in style, period, and instruments. As the name implies, the group's combination and number of instruments is constantly changing, even within a single concert. Chamber works with as few as two players may be programmed with larger works of up to six or more performers which include string players, wind players and a pianist. Kaleidoscope's broad repertoire ranges from works from the Baroque era to the most recent 21st century compositions.
Kaleidoscope has appeared widely in concert throughout the New England area. The group served as Artists-in Residence at the Mill Pond Center for the Arts in Durham, New Hampshire from 1997-2000, and have appeared numerous times in various concert series in Massachusetts. Their most recent tour took them to the Midwest and the Rocky River Chamber Music Series in the fall of 2006. After their Cleveland concert, the Cleveland Plain Dealer opined that the performance was "kaleidoscopic in shading and expressive nuance."
Chelmsford Center for the Arts (View)
1A North Rd.
Chelmsford, MA 01824
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