The Colburn School announced its 2021-22 season, welcoming students, faculty and esteemed guest artists back to its campus.
The upcoming performance season features a wide range of repertoire through the school’s signature concert series and newly launched programs that embody the school’s commitment to access and excellence in performing arts education.
“The Colburn School’s 2021-22 season welcomes the community to once again experience the joy of live music and dance, and to continue to advance an inclusive future for classical music and the performing arts,” President and CEO Sel Kardan said. “The last 18 months have been a time of innovation and investment, and this season is directly inspired by our commitment to the next generation of young artists.”
The season includes performances by the orchestra, chamber music society, sphinx virtuosi and more. Highlights include “See the Music, Hear the Dance,” where guest dance artists collaborate with the conservatory musicians for a new work created for Los Angeles Ballet soloist and Colburn faculty member Jasmine Perry; “Counterpointe,” a program where dance students perform celebrated choreography; and a Colburn Orchestra performance at Walt Disney Concert Hall conducted by Sir Andrew Davis.
Patrons can view a full season calendar and secure tickets at colburnschool.edu/season or by calling (213)621-1050.
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