Spring 2021 Cover Kid – Kayden Kelly

by | Mar 1, 2021

Spring 2021 Cover Kid

Kayden Kelly is 13. His love of music started when he began playing the piano at the age of 5 and the violin at age 7. He has been a violinist with the Santa Fe Youth Symphony Association since he was 8. Kayden has attended music summer programs at Juilliard, Curtis and Mozartium, and has performed in music festivals in five different countries and twice at the Lensic Performing Arts Center here in Santa Fe. Kayden loves legos, chess, skiing and making up his own recipes. He is a bookworm of fiction novels and road-trip audiobooks. Kayden love opera (especially the Santa Fe Opera) since it is mix of his two favorite things: music and stories. ​​Photo by Kim Kelly.

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