Colburn Chamber Music Society

A roster of all-star guest artists join Colburn students and faculty in this series of intimate concerts at Zipper Hall. Always know when a Colburn Chamber Music Society concert is coming up when you sign up for Your Week at Colburn, our weekly email newsletter of upcoming events.

Colburn Chamber Music Society series is generously supported by Carol and Warner Henry.

September 17 at 3 pm  
Lynn Harrell

Zipper Hall
Lynn Harrell, cello
One of the world’s eminent performers, cellist Lynn Harrell, joins students and faculty in a performance of Handel, Beethoven, and Mendelssohn.
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October 1 at 3 pm 
Calidore Homecoming
Zipper Hall
Calidore String Quartet
Calidore String Quartet returns to campus for a concert with current students and former mentors, featuring works by Shostakovich, Bruckner, Brahms, and Janáček.
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December 3, 7:30 pm  
Friends in Fanfare
Zipper Hall
Mark Lawrence, Conductor and Curator
Members of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Brass
The Los Angeles Philharmonic Brass, including some Colburn School faculty, join students in a program of works by Bach, Mouret, Poulenc, Gabrieli, Holst, and more.
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January 18 at 7:30 pm 
Emanuel Ax (sold out)
Zipper Hall
Emanuel Ax, piano
Emanuel Ax, one of the most acclaimed pianists in the world, performs a selection of beloved chamber music works by Bach, Mozart, and Dvořák.
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February 11 at 3 pm 
Clarinet Serenades
Zipper Hall
Andrew Marriner, clarinet
London Symphony Orchestra principal Andrew Marriner performs a program of Romantic favorites, including Serenades by Strauss and Dvořák, along with Brahms’s Clarinet Quintet.
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March 25 at 3 pm 
Dvořák, and Schulhoff
Zipper Hall
Anthony Marwood, violin
Celebrated soloist, chamber musician, and recording artist Anthony Marwood performs a wide-ranging program of Mozart, Schulhoff, and Dvořák.
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April 8 at 3 pm 
Zipper Hall
Martin Beaver, violin
Clive Greensmith, cello
Colburn faculty and world-renowned chamber musicians Martin Beaver and Clive Greensmith, perform modern and longstanding works by composers Dvořák and Kurtág.
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