Colburn Chamber Music Society

Join us for intimate concerts featuring Colburn Conservatory of Music students, faculty, and internationally acclaimed guest artists performing works by celebrated composers.

The Colburn School gratefully acknowledges Wells Fargo’s generous support for our performances in the community. The Colburn Orchestra concerts are supported in part by Metropolitan Associates.

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The Colburn Chamber Music Series is generously supported by Carol and Warner Henry.

September 18
Lovers’ Game
Zipper Hall, 3 pm
Burt Hara, clarinet
Whitney Crockett, bassoon

Principals of the Los Angeles Philharmonic join students for works by three beloved composers.
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November 12
Inventions for Viola
Zipper Hall, 8 pm
Roberto Díaz, viola

Selections from Bruch’s Eight Piecesand Beethoven’s “viola quintet,” scored for string quartet with an added viola, complete the program with guest Díaz, President of the Curtis Institute of Music.
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January 29
Coming Home
Zipper Hall, 3 pm
Calder Quartet
Benjamin Jacobson, violin
Andrew Bulbrook, violin
Jonathan Moerschel, viola
Eric Byers, cello

Avery Fisher Career Grant–winning quartet of Colburn alumni.
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February 12
Bach and Beyond
Zipper Hall, 3 pm
Marc Coppey, cello

On this program, he teams with Colburn students for Bach, Arensky, Carter, and one of the most technically demanding pieces written by Ravel.
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March 10
A Flute Fantasia
Zipper Hall, 8 pm
Denis Bouriakov, flute

Chamber music masters Ravel and Debussy anchor this program with two inventive pieces, while Mozart, Ligeti, and Martinů round out the concert featuring guest artist Bouriakov.
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March 26
Strings Serenade
Zipper Hall, 3 pm
Robert Chen, violin

Chen returns to Colburn for a program of Mozart, Brahms, and Wolf.
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April 8
A Love Everlasting
Zipper Hall, 8 pm
Martin Beaver, violin
Clive Greensmith, cello

Faculty members Beaver and Greensmith, members of the lauded Montrose Trio, return to the Chamber Music Society for this performance featuring Bartók’s Contrasts.
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