Violinist Jenny Shea, a Colorado native and graduate student at the CU-Boulder College of Music, climbed daunting Longs Peak with her friend, cellist Gal Faganel, professor of cello at the University of Northern Colorado, play a free 'rock' concert on July 22, 2013.
Nutrition Tips for Musicians presented by the University of Colorado Boulder’s Musicians’ Wellness Initiative and Registered Dietician Jane Reagan:
Director of Jazz Studies John Davis gives a behind-the-scenes look at preparing for Spring Swing this Sunday, February 24 at 2 p.m. in Macky Auditorium. For more information, and to purchase tickets, click here.
40th Parallel, the Graduate Woodwind Quintet at the CU-Boulder College of Music, performs during the Faculty Tuesday concert January 22, 2013.
Villa Lobos – Quintette en forme de choros (1928)
Leanne Hampton, flute; Abby Yeakle, oboe; Jacob Beeman, clarinet; Yahaira Nieves, bassoon; Katherine Smith, horn
Renowned jazz composer Maria Schneider visited CU-Boulder last year for a week-long residency. In between rehearsals and clinics, she found time to record these helpful videos for prospective music students. Thanks to MajoringinMusic.com for sharing these insightful clips:
Director of Entrepreneurship at the College of Music, Jeffrey Nytch, talks about the New Venture Challenge and this year’s winners, Sarah Wood and Joseph Howe.
College of Music scholarship students thank their donors for the opportunities that would not be possible without them.
Interim Director of Choral Studies and Holiday Festival Artistic Director Jeffrey Gemmell talks about highlights from the Festival.
Just in time for Halloween, hear CU composer Hunter Ewen’s spooky Monster Party performed by the CU violin studio on the Pendulum Series!
Hunter Ewen wrote this piece for the whole violin studio. The piece was inspired by the monster drawings of artist Stefan Bucher. The performance was complete with costumes, dancing, ear-piercing screams, and violin faculty covered in makeup. If you don’t have time to view the whole video, skip to around 10:10 when the monsters dance.
Gary Lewis, Conductor of the CU Orchestra, talks about the exciting upcoming season and beyond. Be sure to check out the next concert:
November 17th, 7:30, Macky Auditorium