Under the baton of Salonen Fellow Kyle Dickson, soloists from the Conservatory perform concerto movements with the Colburn Orchestra. The program includes works by Sibelius, Copland, Bartók, and more. This performance will be livestreamed.
Come and explore the Early Childhood Music Program at the Colburn Community School of Performing Arts! Our sequential curriculum helps support key developmental milestones in children ages 7 months to 6 years while instilling them with a love of music, dance, singing, and more. Take a sample class, meet faculty and the Early Childhood Department Chair, Dr. Nita Baxani, and attend an orientation at this free family-friendly event!
Enjoy coffee, treats, and conversation at our monthly pop-ups on the plaza. Learn more about events and resources on campus, catch a performance, and meet others in the Colburn community.
During the Baroque period, Dresden was one of the most prominent and innovative musical centers in Europe. To highlight this virtuosic and exciting musical period, world-renowned Baroque violinist Rachel Podger directs the Colburn Baroque Ensemble and Tesserae Baroque in a program of Dresden ditties, including works by Pisendel, Mossi, Zelenka, and Hasse. This performance will be livestreamed.
Experience great artistry as students from the Conservatory of Music perform solo and chamber works in this weekly recital series. This performance will be livestreamed.
The performance this Saturday will not take place. Join us for the next MAYAP on January 28.
Join the Community School’s String Ensemble and String Orchestra for their annual winter performance. Please note: this event has reached capacity. A limited number of tickets will be available to walk-up patrons at the box office beginning at 6 pm tonight.
Led by Director Lee Secard, bands from the Colburn Jazz Workshop present their end-of-semester concert.
Music Academy students show off their talents in this intimate recital series featuring a delightful mix of repertoire. This performance will be livestreamed.
The velvety sound of the bassoon is on full display in this evening of virtuosity and vigor. Mozart’s bassoon concerto is bookended by a boisterous Brazilian work and the richly orchestrated struggle against fate depicted in Tchaikovsky’s fifth symphony.
Using the music of Dimitri Shostakovich and Mieczysław Weinberg, this concert paints a picture of the composers’ friendship and life at the end of World War II. Please note: this event has reached capacity. Walk-up patrons without tickets will be asked to wait in the standby line and allowed into the hall 10 minutes before the show if space is available. You can view the concert livestream for free on our website.
Pianist Emanuel Ax leads an in-depth master class with Colburn students, offering a rare glimpse into the artistic, creative, and learning processes. An exclusive Sony Classical recording artist, he received Grammy Awards in 1985 and 1986 for recordings of Brahms and Beethoven with Yo-Yo Ma. He has won numerous awards, including first prize at the inaugural Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Competition. Ax currently teaches at Juilliard.
Adrian Dunn, Colburn’s Director of Choral Programs, leads a concert celebrating the album release of Emancipation: Act 2 and Black History Month. The program will be performed by the Adrian Dunn Singers and Rize Orchestra, both all-Black professional ensembles founded by Dunn and dedicated to transforming classical music and the music industry at large. This event has reached capacity. Walk-up patrons without tickets will be asked to wait in the standby line and allowed into the hall 10 minutes before the show if space is available. Additionally, you can view the concert livestream for free on our website.
Talented ensembles from the Conservatory of Music present programs of beloved chamber works.