Watch A Classical Music Jazz Prophet, the third episode of the four-part original multimedia series led by James Conlon, which delves into the life and music of composer Erwin Schulhoff.
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. Please note the updated venue in Zipper Hall.
Led by Director Lee Secard, bands from the Colburn Jazz Workshop present their end-of-semester concert.
Join us as we present a screening of Erwin Schulhoff: A Classical Music Jazz Prophet, the third episode of Recovered Voices 2021: Schulhoff and More, an online series that delves into the life and music of composer Erwin Schulhoff (1894–1942). The screening will be followed by a live performance featuring one of the works in the series, along with a panel discussion led by student curator and Colburn Conservatory violinist Adam Millstein.
The Community School’s Concert Band and Wind Ensemble, directed by Elizabeth Stoyanovich, present their annual winter concert.
This end-of-semester School Recital series showcases talented instrumentalists and vocalists from the Community School of Performing Arts.
Under the baton of Salonen Fellow Ross Jamie Collins, soloists from the Conservatory perform concerto movements by Hindemith, Schumann, Jolivet, and Chopin with the Colburn Orchestra.
This season, this elite conductorless chamber orchestra comprised of talented young musicians brings to life Mahler’s stunning arrangement of Schubert’s Death and the Maiden Quartet and Lyric for Strings by George Walker, the first African American to win the Pulitzer Prize for Music. This performance will be livestreamed.
Join the Community School’s Suzuki violin and cello students, who will perform a festive program of holiday favorites and other selections. This event is open to parents and families of performers only. All others are invited to tune into our livestream.
“To Be Bach or Not to Be Bach” is a program of three works for violin and harpsichord that have been attributed to Johann Sebastian Bach. Their BWV catalog numbers suggest that they are original compositions by the famed composer —but are they? Performed on period instruments, this program paints a picture of the musical world in which Bach lived.
Led by Kenneth McGrath, the Community School’s Intermediate Percussion Ensemble and Chamber Percussion Ensemble perform an evening of chamber music.
Led by Maxim Eshkenazy, the Community School’s chamber orchestra presents rich programs of varied work.
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.
Led by Maxim Eshkenazy, the Community School’s youth orchestra presents rich programs of varied work.
Join us to congratulate pianist HyeJin Kim on her new album, Miroirs with a special live performance by HyeJin, followed by a champagne toast.
The world’s top violists perform for a panel of judges as they vie for a position in the semi-final round of the 2021 Primrose International Viola Competition. This event will be livestreamed.
Watch A Turn Toward Socialist Realism, the fourth episode of the four-part original multimedia series led by James Conlon, which delves into the life and music of composer Erwin Schulhoff.
This December, the American Viola Society will host a Mini-Fest at the Colburn School in conjunction with the Primrose International Viola Competition. Enjoy two days of viola-focused master classes, recitals, and educational sessions and exhibitions.