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Thomas Kotcheff sitting a piano on stage with recording equipment Tow bassoon students on the zipper hall stage Donor Bill Kennedy talks to colburn faculty at a reception Headshots of Franco Martinez, left, and Silas Farley, right Kenton Youngstrom

december 4, 2020

thomas kotcheff records rzewski’s songs of insurrection on the zipper hall stage

december 4, 2020

elvia perez (right), a former student in the community school of performing arts herbert zipper scholars program, seed funded in 2013 by the jack kent cooke foundation, one of numerous meaningful synergies between the foundation and the colburn school

december 4, 2020

october 2019 beethoven 250 celebration dinner; photo by peter valli

december 4, 2020

this holiday season, the trudl zipper dance institute will present an reimagined virtual nutcracker with choreography by former new york city ballet dancer silas farley (right) and colburn faculty, and costumes by franco martinez (left).

november 13, 2020

guitar faculty kenton youngstrom has been teaching at the community school for over four decades.