Alejandro Gómez Guillén

Conducting alum spreads a love of music in Chicago

July 26, 2017

Alejandro Gómez Guillén is a fellow with Project Inclusion, the Chicago Sinfonietta's outreach program that promotes diversity among musicians, conductors and administrators through professional development.Read more »
elizabeth swanson

New faculty spotlight: Elizabeth Swanson, associate director of choral studies

June 21, 2017

New Associate Director Elizabeth Swanson decided to come to Boulder from New York City for a number of reasons, including the legacy of the choral studies program.Read more »
choir on stage

Symphony and choirs wrap season with Mozart’s Requiem

April 18, 2017

On Tuesday, May 2, the CU Symphony Orchestra and choirs bring Mozart’s masterpiece, the Requiem in D minor, to the Macky Auditorium stage, capping off a banner year for the College of Music with a performance of one of music’s monumental masterworks.Read more »
andrea ramsey conducting

But a flint holds fire: CU composer sends message with new choral work

Jan. 3, 2017

Andrea Ramsey hopes her piece about the Flint, Michigan, water crisis will move choral fans to activism.Read more »
corie brown with her students

Music: The great equalizer

Oct. 3, 2016

Doctoral student Corie Brown talks about what she learned teaching choir to displaced children in Bogotá, Colombia.Read more »
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Mini-Documentary: Conducting Symposium

Aug. 16, 2016

Every year, conductors of all skill levels come to Boulder for the Conducting Symposium, hosted by the College of Music's band and orchestra departments. Participants and clinicians share what you can learn in this supportive workshop setting.Read more »
frank and joan conlon

A lasting legacy: Joan Catoni Conlon and Frank Conlon

July 12, 2016

Joan Catoni Conlon and her husband Frank recently endowed a fellowship to support graduate students pursuing the Master of Music or Doctor of Musical Arts in Choral Conducting and Literature degrees.Read more »
conducting symposium class

Band and orchestra departments continue a summer tradition

May 24, 2016

For more than 30 years, the college has welcomed conductors of all levels to a summer conducting workshop. Starting June 5, one of the college’s most long-standing summer traditions returns to Boulder at the Conducting Symposium.Read more »
joshua horsch

DAILY CAMERA - Star conducting student closes CU career with 'Tender Land'

April 20, 2016

When the Eklund Opera Program ends its season with Aaron Copland's "The Tender Land,"audiences will also witness the close of a notable and distinguished graduate student career.Read more »
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Setting the Bard to music

Jan. 26, 2016

Associate Director of Choral Studies Andrea Ramsey composed a setting as part of a new collection of Shakespeare-inspired songs.Read more »

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