The Colburn School, one of the nation’s preeminent institutes for music and dance announced its 2022-23 season on Sept. 1, which brings together the school’s exceptional students and faculty with today’s most esteemed artists in a wide variety of free or low-cost programs offered on campus and throughout Los Angeles.
The 2022-23 season continues Colburn School’s signature programs, including Amplify, which celebrates the careers of artists of color with week-long residencies; Recovered Voices, which encourages greater awareness and more frequent performances of music by composers whose careers and lives were disrupted or ended during the years of the Nazi regime in Europe; and Fortissima, an artistic and leadership development program for high school age young women from underrepresented minorities in classical music.
“The Colburn School’s 2022-23 season exemplifies the creative and inclusive spirit of our community; connecting our students, faculty and world-renowned artists in discovery and performance,” president and CEO Sel Kardan said. “From the power of full orchestral concerts at premier venues throughout the region, to intimate music and dance performances and master classes at our downtown campus, we welcome everyone to experience the talent and passion of the next generation of exceptional young artists.”
Among the season highlights will be the Oct 1. concert with the Colburn Orchestra with assistant conductor of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra Ruth Reinhardt, which kicks off the season.
For all Colburn School events, reservations and tickets can be secured at colburnschool.edu/season. The Colburn School box office can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or (213)621-1050. Visit colburnschool.edu/calendar for a full calendar of campus activities. The Colburn School 200 S. Grand Ave.
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