So, How’s That Going?
Join co-hosts Michele and Parisa as they catch up with Colburn alumni to talk about life after Colburn, diving into their stories to explore a wide range of topics. From landing the job to pursuing creative ventures, alumni share their insight with aspiring students and artists at Colburn and around the globe.
- Episode 01: Pandemic Edition
We catch up with Anatalia Hordov (Dance Academy ’16), Nicholas Rose (Dance Academy ’15), and the members of the Calidore Quartet (Conservatory ’16), and our own Dr. Nate Zeisler of the Center for Innovation and Community Impact to talk about how the current pandemic is changing the performing arts community and affecting alumni as artists and humans.
Links to resources from the podcast:
From Anatolia Hordov: Michael Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony’s Keeping Score television series is now available for free global online streaming. View here.
From Estelle Choi: MyPianist is a virtual pianist that responds to your playing and lets you augment your music-making through the power of artificial intelligence. You can access the entire MyPianist library for free through April 30. Read more.
From Dr. Nate Zeisler: Americans for the Arts has extensive resources for artists and has set up the Coronavirus Resource and Response Center page with lots of information and links to other helpful websites. They also provide this handy pre-filled email form and you can also find your legislators and email them through the site. Read more.