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.
HAYDN Trio for Piano, Violin, and Cello in E Major
BEETHOVEN Sonata No. 30 for Piano
MENDELSSOHN Quartet No. 6 for Two Violins, Viola, and Cello in F Minor
BACH Suite for Cello in D Major
BOCCHERINI Sonata in A Major for Cello and Continuo “L’imperatrice”
BOWEN Sonata No. 1 in C Minor for Viola and Piano
KREISLER Variationen über ein Thema von Corelli
PAGANINI Concerto No. 2 for Violin and Orchestra in B Minor
ELGAR La capricieuse
Spend the afternoon with the Colburn School for a special event in honor of Marilyn Ziering, longstanding supporter of the Ziering-Conlon Initiative for Recovered Voices. This fundraiser will highlight the brief history of Recovered Voices projects and will include a stimulating conversation between Maestro James Conlon and guests about how these composers are emblematic of what this initiative has accomplished and what we hope to accomplish in the future.
Experience the talent and creativity of Colburn’s distinguished faculty artists as they perform their own curated performances with friends and students. This concert features a taste of eclecticism, with works by Shaw, Bartók, Debussy, and more.
CAROLINE SHAW Gustave le Grey for Piano
CASTELNUOVO-TEDESCO Fantasia for Guitar and Piano
BARTÓK Romanian Folk Songs for Clarinet and Piano
BRAHMS Intermezzo for Clarinet and Piano
BRYAN JOHANSON Magic Serenade for Guitar
BRYAN JOHANSON Open Up Your Ears for Guitar
MENDELSSOHN Songs Without Words for Clarinet and Piano
DEBUSSY Sonata for Flute, Viola and Harp arr. by YOSHIMI, SHEU, and WU
Cellist Marc Coppey leads an in-depth master class with Colburn students, offering a rare glimpse into the artistic, creative, and learning processes. Award-winning musician Marc Coppey is a master of all genres, from the Baroque to the Contemporary.