VC LIVE | Colburn School Recovered Voices: Schulhoff and More

Performances by Colburn musicians are featured throughout this online series

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We're coming to you from Los Angeles, California for three performances from the Colburn School Ziering-Conlon Initiative for Recovered Voices.

This online series delves into the life and music of Erwin Schulhoff (1894–1942), who was one of many composers whose works were banned during the years of the Nazi regime in Europe.

Performances by Colburn musicians are featured throughout the series — most of which were recorded at the height of the pandemic. Colburn Conservatory graduate student, Adam Millstein, assumed a leadership role as student curator for this project, assembling Colburn artist-colleagues to perform and record.

 

WEDNESDAY JUNE 29 | 10:30 PM (ET)
RECOVERED VOICES | SCHULHOFF 5 PIECES FOR STRING QUARTET
THE COLBURN SCHOOL | LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA

 

 

This performance features violinists Gallia Kastner and Adam Millstein, violist Cara Pogossian, and cellist Ben Solomonow performing Schulhoff's 5 Pieces for String Quartet.

 

 

WEDNESDAY JULY 6 | 10:30 PM (ET)
RECOVERED VOICES | SCHULHOFF CONCERTO FOR PIANO AND ORCHESTRA NO. 2
THE COLBURN SCHOOL | LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA

 

 

This performance features pianist Dominic Cheli, conductor James Conlon, and the Colburn Orchestra performing Schulhoff's Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 2

 

 

WEDNESDAY JULY 13 | 10:30 PM (ET)
RECOVERED VOICES | SCHULHOFF SONATA FOR VIOLIN AND PIANO NO. 2, WV9 
THE COLBURN SCHOOL | LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA

 

This performance features violinist Adam Millstein and pianist Dominic Cheli performing Schulhoff's Sonata for Violin and Piano No. 2, WV9.