The project was born a few years ago when Ed Dusinberre, the British-born first violinist of the Takács String Quartet, was reading Everyman, Roth’s indictment of death, against old age, against the loss of erotic energy that is the source of life.
The innovative musicians perform and discuss the special mystery of how a quartet communicates as part of an experiment capturing their sound and movement.
The Kronos Quartet will play at Macky Auditorium Oct. 8. The program includes "Beyond Zero: 1914-1918," a commemoration of World War I with a score by Aleksandra Vrebelov and film featuring long-lost archival war footage by Bill Morrison.
As his country continues to suffer from violent political upheaval, terrorism and atrocities, renowned Syrian-American composer, pianist and human-rights activist Malek Jandali will bring his message of peace and human rights to CU-Boulder with a lecture and public concert.
After four years of research and hundreds of hours scouring archives in London, Washington, D.C. and U.S. Air Force museums, Dennis Spragg of the American Music Research Center dispells seven decades of speculation and documents the truth
Most Tuesday evenings during the academic year join us in Grusin Music Hall for outstanding performances from faculty throughout the College of Music. All of these engaging performances are free and open to the public.