All students who need a pianist for an upcoming performance - jury, degree recital, master class - must fill out this form and submit copies of the repertoire by the following deadlines:
If a specific pianist is requested, the Collaborative Piano faculty will do their best to fulfill the request. Please email the Collaborative Piano faculty (firstname.lastname@example.org) for any further information or consult the College of Music's collaborative relationships policy.
If you need to schedule your recital, promote it to our events calendar or create a program, CU Presents and the College of Music Scheduling Office can help.
Our Audio Services office offers high quality audio recordings for students and ensembles in Grusin Hall and the Chamber Hall.
Kevin Harbison, Recording Engineer
Imig, Office C161
The Howard B. Waltz Music Library houses one of the largest and most important music research collections in the U.S. In addition to a primary collection of scores, recordings, books and periodicals, it is home to the American Music Research Center, an archive and sponsor of activities dedicated to American music.
The undergraduate and graduate offices are open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
There are several opportunities for College of Music students to get involved! Here are a few of them:
A number of opportunities to study abroad exist for music students in programs sponsored by or approved by the College of Music. Destinations include Florence, Amsterdam, Vienna and more.