Canadian violinist Kai Gleusteen began to play music at the age of 5 years in his home town Calgary. At the beginning of his career he took part successfully in national, musical concors and he received the best awards. Already at an early age, he studied with the most famous professors such as Nathan Milstein, Ivan Galamian, Josef Gingold, Dorothy, Delay e Zakhar Bron. At the age of 17 years, Kai received his first prize at the Commonwealth Competition in Australia. Then he received the prestigious Skene Award in Scotland and he formed his first chamber orchestra called “The Group of Twelve”. He substained the idea of the musician as a multidimensional human being. Kai chose to study in music and attend to some academic activities. Infact he studied anthropology, geophysics and philosophy at the University of Michigan. He obtained a Master at the Rice University with the professor Camilla Wicks, a violinist who would become his biggest personal and musical inspiration. In 1991, Kai moved to Europe to live and learn the western culture. He lived for nine years in Parigi and in Praga where he performed as a soloist and as a leader of numerous orchestras. In 2000 he won the place of the first violin in the orchestra called “del Grand Teatre del Liceu”. And after he moved to Barcellona. In 2003 he founded the chamber orchestra of “del Grand Teatre del Liceu” and he became professor of “la Escuela Superior de Musica de Catalunya. “ He continued to perform fully as a soloist and with the orchestra in Europe, Nord America and China. He published numerous recorded performances that were acclaimed by the critics. In 2011 he founded a chamber music festival called Kaimerata Concerts, where he chose a compositor every season and then he shared his knowledge and passion for the music opera. He explained to the public and performed some of the music operas that are selected. Kaimerata Concerts has seven years of success in Spain and then now he is also performed in the isle of Denman during the summer. Kai performed with a violin of J.B. Guadagnini made in 1781. Kai performed with a violin of J.B. Guadagnini made in 1781

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