Colburn’s Community School of Performing Arts believes strongly in the power of music education at every age. Colburn provides opportunities for adults to take lessons, participate in ensembles, and be a part of the close-knit community.
Ensembles available to adults include Colburn Community Chorale, Adult Flute Ensembles, Adult Flute Choir, and Adult Jazz Workshops. Auditions are required for all ensembles.
To begin the process for individual lessons and ensembles, please submit an inquiry form.
Join Conservatory of Music’s Chair of Music History and Literature Kristi Brown-Montesano for an exploration of Beethoven’s creative and personal journey to his final symphony, a work that has sustained musical, cultural and political significance for nearly 200 years. This four-week course will focus on the genesis and premiere of the Ninth Symphony, including the historical context, musical antecedents, the inventiveness of the composer’s late style, and the choice of Schiller’s “Ode to Joy” for the final choral movement. No music theory assessment needed.
Saturdays, 11 am–12:15 pm
For information on open dance classes for adults, visit the Youth and Adult Dance section.