Join Us For A Celebration in Honor of Marilyn Ziering

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.  

The afternoon program will include instrumentation by Colburn alumnus Dominic Cheli and Conservatory violinist Adam Millstein, as well as Conservatory cello faculty member, Clive Greensmith. The performance will comprise of movements from Erwin Schulhoff’s Left Hand Suite and Susi, along with pieces by Pal Hermann and Mieczysław Weinberg. 

Event Details 

Sunday, February 5, 2023
3 pm Performance, Conversation, and Reception
At a stunning residence located in Pacific Palisades. 

Reserve Your Ticket Today

Have questions? Contact Tara Grand at tgrand@colburnschool.edu or call 310-279-6430. 

Make a Gift Today to Recovered Voices

The Ziering-Conlon Initiative for Recovered Voices is a unique Colburn resource that encourages greater awareness and more frequent performances of music by composers nearly erased from history. Help us pave the way for more projects by making a gift to the Recovered Voices program today. 

Support Recovered Voices

To learn more about the Ziering-Conlon Initiative for Recovered Voices, click here

The Ziering-Conlon Initiative for Recovered Voices supports educational opportunities, programmatic representation in world-class performances, and competitions that inspire young musicians to learn about the artists. 

All proceeds benefit the performing arts education at the Colburn School, and ticket purchases are tax-deductible as allowed by law, less than $50 per attendee.