Conservatory students standing next to Thayer Hall with instruments

When you’re ready to refine your skills and become one of the select few who make their careers as classical musicians, it’s time for the Colburn Conservatory of Music. Our faculty are among the top instructors in their fields, and our alumni include some of today’s most dynamic young soloists, chamber groups, and orchestral musicians.

“O Tigre da Fortuna” é um emocionante slot inspirado na majestade dos tigres, oferecendo aos jogadores uma experiência de jogo repleta de aventuras na selva. Com cinco rolos e múltiplas linhas de pagamento, este jogo oferece uma jogabilidade dinâmica e emocionante. Os gráficos impressionantes transportam os jogadores para o coração da selva, onde encontram símbolos como tigres, presas, florestas e outros elementos da vida selvagem.

Além disso, apresenta uma variedade de recursos bônus, como rodadas grátis, multiplicadores e símbolos selvagens, que aumentam as chances de ganhar grandes prêmios. Com uma trilha sonora envolvente e efeitos visuais impressionantes, este slot cativa os jogadores desde o primeiro giro.

Combinando a emoção do jogo com a beleza da natureza, é uma escolha popular entre os amantes de slots que buscam uma experiência de jogo emocionante e gratificante.

Karissa Zadinsky
Because of Colburn, I've studied under some of the world's best teachers and chamber music coaches. Each experience has been entirely unique and taught me something valuable I can carry with me into my professional career. Karissa Zadinsky, cello, Bachelor of Music '17; cellist, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra

The Colburn Conservatory of Music has one goal: to prepare you for a career as a professional musician. Our undergraduate and graduate degrees, as well as two specialized certificate programs, are designed to address the needs and goals of pre-professional musicians like you, at all stages of development.

As a student in the Conservatory of Music, you get the chance to perform in a collaborative, supportive environment, not just with your colleagues, but with faculty members and world-renowned guest artists. Our career development programs ensure you develop not just as a musician at the highest level of skill and artistry, but as an innovator and educator.

The Conservatory of Music provides the opportunities for you to learn from expert faculty how to be thoughtful independent thinkers and exceptional performers who are aware of the impact of art on their communities and are prepared to perform on the world’s great stages. If you would like to be added to our database, you may complete our . Once submitted, we may notify you of special events or deadlines using the information that you provide to us on the Conservatory Inquiry Form. To schedule a tour, please contact Admissions at admissions@colburnschool.edu.

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Meet Our Faculty

Noah Meites, DMA
Ear Training, Music Theory Faculty

Recognized nationally for his work

Jordan Nelson, DMA
Chair, Music Theory and Aural Skills, Colburn Conservatory

Jordan Nelson is a composer of instrumental, vocal, electronic, and electro-acoustic music

Eloise Kim, DMA
Keyboard Harmony Instructor

Eloise has won numerous awards, including grand-prize of the Pinault International Piano Competition where she had her Carnegie Weill Recital Hall debut at age 11, semi-finalist of the Gina Bachauer International Piano Competition, and finalist of the New York International Piano Competition. Kim won top prizes in the Lennox, Kingsville, WPPC (dedicated to Leon Fleisher), and Jefferson Young Artists International piano competitions.

Clive Greensmith
Cello and Chamber Music Faculty

Clive Greensmith has held the position of principal cellist of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and was the cellist of the Tokyo String Quartet for fourteen years.