Cultural Infusion has a dedicated team that work across our four program areas. Cultural Infusion is led by founder, CEO and Creative Director Peter Mousaferiadis.
Over the past 20 years, Peter has had an extensive career in the arts as a creative director, producer, artistic and music director, and composer. Peter has now been conducting for more than 20 years. During this period he has conducted more than 50 music groups in more than 600 concerts, and has developed a passion for championing Australian and Eastern European musical works. Peter is currently undertaking an MA with the view of composing his first symphony. He has established himself as one of Australia’s leading cross cultural directors.
Some of the many uniquely memorable events Peter has been responsible for, and involved in, include the following:
- Producer and Creative Director of the United Nations Advance Global Health Conference Welcoming Concert and Opening and Closing Ceremonies.
- Producer and Creative of the Parliament of the Worlds Religions Plenaries and Opening and Closing Ceremonies.
- Producer, Creative Director and Composer of the Australia Day VOYAGES Concert, for the Victorian Department of Premier & Cabinet, 2004 – 2009
- Producer/Artistic Director for launch of the first ever national simultaneous citizenship ceremony in Australia for DIMIA, 2005
- Music Director for premier performance of Opera “1975” by Irini Vela – 2003
- Creative Director of ‘Sumnation Fusion’ for the City of Greater Dandenong, 26 March, 2006
- Producer and Artistic Director of the SBS Federation Square Opening Celebrations – 22 & 23 March,, 2003
On Sunday 4 June 2006, Peter was honoured by Victoria University being named a Faculty of Business and Law Legend. Peter was amongst ninety legends recognised by Victoria University for their active contribution over the Faculty’s lifetime. On Friday 2 December 2005, Peter was presented with the Victorian Business Corporate Award for Excellence in Multicultural Affairs. Peter regards this award as a validation of his mission to represent, more faithfully, Australian identity and culture, by elevating the status of “world artists” from the periphery toward the mainstream.