dnj Gallery presents a chamber orchestra performance by Kaleidoscope in conjunction with its current exhibition “Progression.” Gallery owner Pamela Shoenberg explained that dnj Gallery is attempting to further the ‘art’ experience on the block of Ocean Park Boulevard. As Kaleidoscope so creatively states in their vision, “We envision a world where our commitment to a collaborative artistic process results in profound orchestral performances that inspire people to pursue cooperation and artistry in their own creative, professional and personal lives.” Schoenberg added “We are scheduling with other arts organizations to expand our involvement within the community.”
From top left to bottom right: Melanie Walker, Ray Carofano, Sia Aryai, Dylan Vitone
Kaleidoscope is a conductorless chamber orchestra dedicated to enriching lives through exhilarating concert experiences, artistic excellence, musician leadership, and connecting with the diverse communities of Los Angeles. The music group states on its website that it seeks to provide orchestral music that speaks profoundly to the community and is both representative of its time and timeless, whether written today or centuries ago.
The gallery’s current exhibition, “Progression” is designed to show the conceptual character of dnj Gallery. The pieces are based upon certain notions and ideas. Art is an outlet for innovation and reflection. The different series are an alternate way to show their views. As a continuation of the previous exhibitions, since September, these dnj Gallery artists’ thoughts and beliefs, or fundamental ideas are revealed in a gradual advancement of their artwork through the years.
On view: March 23 – May 11, 2019