June 3, 2018 - Session III - CONCERT!

Please join us for our Session III concert on June 3rd at 12noon at Vaughn G3 Performing Arts Theater. Our featured soloists are violin quartet: Fiona Le, Kaylyn Majers, Stella Gonzales, and Victoria Schnell.

2017-18 Season - Session II - Soloist Videos!

Be sure to visit our video page for all of the latest performance videos from the Session II Concert on March, 18th, 2018. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube Channel, too!

Aubrey Cohen, violin - Aubrey's Concerto • (Aubrey's Bio)

Robert Young, viola & Ian Fleck, clarinet • Robert & Ian's Concerto
(Robert's Bio) • (Ian's Bio)

Danny Young, violin • Danny's Concerto • (Danny's Bio)

Our Mission

We believe that music is a common language that promotes a harmony transcending race, ethnicity, age and gender.Music inspires individual and collective expressions of creativity, thereby enhancing constructive social behavior. The discipline of music boosts the intellectual and physical development of its students. It provides psychological and emotional consolation as well as personal growth for all participants. Kadima's goal is to promote the appreciation, performance and instruction of classical and popular music. We offer the following programs:

  • Private music instruction
  • On-going orchestral and ensemble instruction
  • Community and school concerts featuring the Kadima Orchestras
    and the Kadima String Quartet
  • Classroom instruction and demonstrations
  • Master classes
  • Original music composition

Since schools and families may lack the funds to participate in music programs, we do what we can to support them. Kadima Conservatory of Music, Inc. was established as a separate non-profit organization to raise funds for the Conservatory’s scholarships and outreach programs.

Kadima Receives Major Grants!

The Kadima Conservatory of Music proudly announces our 2017-2018 California Arts Council, Artists in Schools Extension Grant. We receive this news with great pride and joy. This is the third year that we have been awarded this grant. With gratitude to the National Endowment for the Arts, and the California Arts Council.