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Choirs at Colburn Celebrate Black History Month

Date
February 17
Time
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cost
Free, tickets at the website
Organizer’s Site
colburnschool.edu/calendar/events/choirs-at-colburn-celebrate-black-history-month/
Council District
City Council District 14

Free, tickets required

This event has reached capacity. However, there are always no-shows for free events. Patrons without tickets will be invited to join the standby line and allowed into the hall 10 minutes before the curtain, if space is available.

Adrian Dunn, Colburn’s Director of Choral Programs, leads a joyous musical celebration of Black History Month featuring acapella spirituals and original compositions for chorus. The program will be performed by the Adrian Dunn Singers, an all-Black professional ensemble founded by Dunn and dedicated to transforming classical music and the music industry at large. The concert program includes works from Dunn’s new Emancipation Deluxe album, which explores Black life in America through genres created by Black Americans.

The Community Chorus and the Choirs at Colburn will join the Adrian Dunn Singers for one selection.

Arrive early for a prelude performed by the Colburn Concert Choir, beginning at 6:45 pm.

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Location

Colburn School, Herbert Zipper Concert Hall
200 South Grand Ave.
Downtown Los Angeles, CA United States
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Organizer

Colburn School
Phone
2136211047
Email
abryan@colburnschool.edu
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