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Harumi Rhodes and David Requiro

String department welcomes new faculty for fall 2015

April 14, 2015

This fall, the CU College of Music welcomes two new string faculty, cellist David Requiro and violinist Harumi Rhodes.

Jennifer Hayghe of Ithaca joins keyboard department

April 10, 2015

Juilliard-trained classical pianist Jennifer Hayghe will soon call the University of Colorado Boulder College of Music her new home.

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Students and dean discuss future of college, strategic plan

April 10, 2015

On Thursday evening, April 9, Dean Robert Shay held a town hall meeting for students to hear more about the College of Music's upcoming strategic plan, ask questions and provide their feedback.

From prodigy to pedagogy: Doris Lehnert to retire from CU-Boulder

April 7, 2015

Doris Lehnert has earned a lot of accolades and labels in her career as a musician. A child piano prodigy who went on to become a prominent soloist, she attended Juilliard and eventually a beloved teacher at the University of Colorado Boulder College of Music

But there’s one label she couldn’t have imagined wearing in a million years.

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CU-Boulder Board of Regents Approves 2015-16 Tuition Rates

April 7, 2015

The University of Colorado Boulder Board of Regents Monday approved tuition and fees for the 2015-16 school year.

CU-Boulder jazz students perform at Monterey's Next Generation Jazz Festival

CU-Boulder students perform at Monterey's prestigious Next Generation Jazz Festival

March 31, 2015

The Concert Jazz Ensemble and Jazz Combo received rave reviews for their performances at the “Super Bowl of jazz education” in Monterey, California March 27-29.

Graying gracefully: Natalie Merchant to play with CU-Boulder Symphony April 2

March 9, 2015

By Mary Colurso | AI.com 

Natalie Merchant is used to it by now—the startled gasp from the audience when she emerges on stage.

The reaction says more about our celebrity-crazed culture than it does about Merchant, embraced by fans in the 1980s as the hip vocalist and literate lyricist/songwriter for the alt-folk-rock band 10,000 Maniacs. 

South Indian classical master Gurucharan to perform with Sands of Infinity at CU-Boulder March 21

South Indian classical vocalist Gurucharan to perform with Sands of Infinity at CU-Boulder March 21

March 9, 2015

Sikkil Gurucharan, the Grammy Award-nominated singer and ambassador for the classical south Indian Carnatic music tradition, will join CU-Boulder based Sands Around Infinity March 21 concert that blends East and West in exciting new ways.

CU-Boulder music students, faculty to present 'Shades of Jazz' March 8 at Lone Tree Arts Center

CU-Boulder music students, faculty to present 'Shades of Jazz' March 8 at Lone Tree Arts Center

March 5, 2015

Students and faculty from the CU-Boulder Thompson Jazz Studies Program will perform some of the greatest music of the swing era March 8 in Lone Tree, hosted by the CU-Boulder Denver Metro Alumni Chapter.

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