College of Music

University of Colorado Boulder


jeremy reger

Veteran vocal coach brings experience, excitement to college

April 16, 2015

This fall, Dr. Jeremy Reger will join the voice department as vocal coach at the senior instructor level.


SoloDuo to join Ritter Guitar Program as visiting artists

April 15, 2015

Matteo Mela and Lorenzo Micheli—better known worldwide as SoloDuo—will be permanent visiting artists as part of the College of Music’s Ritter Family Classical Guitar Program starting in fall 2015.

David Requiro, Harumi Rhodes, Jeremy Reger, Jennifer Hayghe

College of Music welcomes four new faculty for fall 2015

April 15, 2015

Learn more about the four renowned artists who will join the faculty at the University of Colorado Boulder College of Music this fall.

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.

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.

$2.3 million gift from late CU-Boulder grad endows chair in Baroque music

November 25, 2014

Endowment is part of $6 million overall gift from the late Eugene D. Eaton Jr.

Although he divided his time between Arizona and Alaska, the late Eugene D. Eaton Jr. never lost his connection to the University of Colorado Boulder, where he earned three degrees in economics from 1961 to 1971. 

CU-Boulder, Takacs Quartet violist Geraldine Walther featured in Houston Chronicle

Takács violist Geraldine Walther featured in Houston Chronicle

October 9, 2014

By Joshua Kosman | Houston Chronicle

It's been nearly a decade since Geraldine Walther packed up her viola and left the ranks of the San Francisco SympCalifornia drought: Major cutbacks by many Northern Californians

hony in favor of the life of a chamber musician. It doesn't sound like she regrets the decision for a moment.

For new CU-Boulder music faculty, Boulder hard to beat

For new faculty, engaged students, talented colleagues and Buff spirit make Boulder hard to beat

October 6, 2014

They come from diverse backgrounds and have worked all over the world, from Santa Fe to Salzburg, New York to northern Iowa. But all four new full-time faculty members at the College of Music agree: Boulder is hard to beat.

Takacs Quartet announces fall 2014 music programs at CU-Boulder

Takács Quartet fall programs announced

July 31, 2014

The Takács Quartet has announced music programs for its fall concerts.

Sept. 21-22

String Quintet in G minor, K. 516                                    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
  Adagio ma non troppe
  Adagio – Allegro