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WHO WE ARE.
Vision Possible empowers musicians to express themselves through music and share their stories. Since our beginnings in 2015, we have grown from hosting local charity concerts to showcasing musicians throughout the world. Our goal is to present musicians an opportunity to display their talents and provide financial scholarship opportunities to make their visions possible.
Mark your calendars for an awesome charity concert on December 4 @ 3 PM at Chinese Bible Church in Houston, TX to support arts education for children without homes! We hope to see you there!
This concert will be in support of the HTT Music Education Program’s effort to promote arts education for homeless children. 🎶🎨
Amir Kadamani Gonzalez is our scholarship competition winner!
Amir Kadamani González is the winner of the first ever Vision Possible Scholarship Competition! From Colombia, Amir recently graduated from Rice University with a Bachelor’s of Music in Violin Performance, moving on to study at Peabody Conservatory with Professor Herbert Greenberg. We were struck by his admirable intentions to return to Colombia as a professional violinist to advance equitable music education for the new generation. Giving back to his community in this way will be his way of showing thanks to his previous teachers and mentors, including Richard Young from the Vermeer Quartet and Kathleen Winkler from the Shepherd School of Music.
During the pandemic, Amir was a teacher with Through the Staff and gave free lessons. His students lauded him for his pedagogy as they could apply what they learned from music towards their own academic and personal pursuits, such as getting into college! We are so excited to see what Amir will do next and are proud to support his development as a musician and individual.
VISION POSSIBLE SCHOLARSHIP WINNER
WHAT WE DO.
Through sharing our music, we want to make everyone’s visions possible. Proceeds from our charity concerts will contribute to scholarship(s) to support our musicians. The accessible livestream online charity concerts empower featured musicians to share their stories and visions through performance and dialogue, and network with their fellow peers and audience members.
Callisto Quartet Photo Credits: Mike Grittani and Josef Samuel
The Vision Possible Scholarship provides financial aid to musicians of all ages and levels. We are looking for individuals with genuine passion that is visible in their playing and character.
SUMMER MUSIC MARATHON
Following the same model as our charity concerts, musicians support a select non-profit organization and promote important causes to encourage donations and raise awareness. These projects aspire to brighten people’s days and cultivate systemic changes.
VISION POSSIBLE ARTIST
Born in Indonesia, Martin Kesuma made his orchestral debut at the age of 17 with the Texas State Symphony Orchestra. Since then, Martin has performed with the Round Rock Symphony, University of Texas University Orchestra, and more. As recipient of the Ben Gomez Award from the 10th TSIPF, Martin is scheduled to perform with the Central Texas Philharmonic soon. In addition, Martin enjoys performing in competitions. Some of his accomplishments include Honorable Mention in the San Jose International Piano Competition and first prizes in the PianoHouse International Piano Competition and the Dickinson Piano Competition at the TSIPF, which allowed Martin to record and publish his debut album, “Detours,” for the Centaur Records.
A graduate of Texas State University (classes of Washington García and Jason Kwak), Martin continued to study at the University of Texas at Austin, where he is currently finishing up his doctoral studies with Anton Nel. Starting in September, Martin will move to Toronto, where he has been accepted with full scholarship to study with James Anagnoson in the Artist Diploma Program at the Glenn Gould School, Royal Conservatory of Music.
Featuring Martin Kesuma