Kai Gleusteen started at the age of five years old in his native city, Calgary. Early on, he met with success in national music competitions in addition to receiving top academic awards. Already at a young age, he had the opportunity to study with the most renowned violinists and teachers of his time, including Nathan Milstein, Ivan Galamian, Josef Gingold, Dorothy Delay, and Zakhar Bron. By the age of seventeen, Kai was awarded the top prize in the Commonwealth Concerto Competition in Australia, he had received the prestigious Skene Award in Scotland and had formed his first chamber orchestra: The Group of Twelve.

Notes from Barcelona, Autumn 2020

Kai Gleusteen & Catherine Ordronneau

Life in Barcelona is getting back to the way it was in the spring, kind of… The main difference is that we are doing most of the same things we did before but with very few tourists. As we live smack in the center of Barcelona, we see a huge difference. The Ramblas are quiet. […]

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