So, How’s That Going?

So, How’s That Going?

Conversations with Colburn Alumni

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May 21, 2021 14 min
  As part of Colburn’s Next Up Series, which showcases alumni, we’re speaking with the alumni curators of each program and sharing these conversations as minisodes. In this minisode, we talk to Community School alum Maya Paredes, who curated the fifth and final program, Modern and Popular Music Jukebox, which premieres Saturday, May 29. Register for the concert  
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  As part of Colburn’s Next Up Series, which showcases alumni, we’re speaking with the alumni curators of each program and sharing these conversations as minisodes. In this minisode, we talk to Conservatory alum Alicia Lee, who curated the fourth program, Styles and Textures for Solo Clarinet, which premieres Saturday, May 8. Register for the concert Read more about the program  
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April 26, 2021 44 min
In this episode, Emmy Award-winning composer, jazz pianist, and Community School alumnus Kris Bowers talks about his remarkable 2020, his family’s unwavering support of his music from a young age, and the changing landscape of the music industry.
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April 2, 2021 18 min
  As part of Colburn’s Next Up Series, which showcases alumni, we’re speaking with the alumni curators of each program and sharing these conversations as minisodes. In this minisode, we talk to Conservatory alum Eric Byers, who curated the third program, Retrouvé, which premieres Saturday, April 10.   Music in this Episode from the Next Up Concert: ROBERT SCHUMANN Fantasiestücke, Op. 73 MARIN MARAIS Voix Humaines
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March 4, 2021 13 min
  As part of Colburn’s Next Up Series, which showcases alumni, we’re speaking with the alumni curators of each program and sharing these conversations as minisodes. In this minisode, we talk to Conservatory alum Conrad Jones, who curated the second program, Eclectic Classical, which premieres Saturday, March 13.     Links and Resources Next Up Series The Two Gabagools Official Website The Two Gabagools Instagram The Two Gabagools...
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February 11, 2021 12 min
  As part of Colburn’s Next Up Series, which showcases alumni, we’re speaking with the alumni curators of each program and sharing these conversations as minisodes. In this minisode, we talk to Conservatory alum Ben Ullery who curated the first program of Bach’s Goldberg Variations, which premieres Saturday, February 13. Don't forget to register for the event.     Links and Resources Next Up Series   Music in This Episode BACH...
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January 26, 2021 33 min
  In this episode, we speak with internationally renowned violinist and Community School alumnus Anne Akiko Meyers. Get her perspective on the year behind us, the year ahead of us, her earliest days at Colburn, and being tenacious.     Links and Resources Anne Akiko Meyers’ Official Website January 30: Live from the Draylen Mason   Music in This Episode VIVALDI Concerto No. 2 in G Minor, Op. 8, RV 315, "Summer" (L'esta...
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October 27, 2020 65 min
In this episode, we touch on issues around the pandemic, social justice movements, and the state of the performing arts from multiple perspectives. Our guests are Blake Lanesskog (Dance Academy ’18), Andrew Brady (Conservatory ’13), and Nokuthula Ngwenyama (Community School ’93). Jazmín Morales, Assistant Director for the Center for Innovation and Community Impact at Colburn, joins us at the end to discuss her experience with the S...
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July 15, 2020 43 min
Just before our Los Angeles campus shut its doors due to COVID-19, we spent some time with alumnus David Fung (Conservatory ’09), the first piano graduate of the Colburn Conservatory of Music who is now what you might call a Renaissance person.
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April 6, 2020 59 min
We catch up with Anatalia Hordov (Dance Academy '16), Nicholas Rose (Dance Academy '15), and the members of the Calidore Quartet (Conservatory '16), and our own Dr. Nate Zeisler of the Center for Innovation and Community Impact to talk about how the current pandemic is changing the performing arts community and affecting alumni as artists and humans.
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