Coming to CU Commencements at Macky?

April 17, 2017

It is high time to celebrate the achievements of somebody close to you. There are dozens of ceremonies held on campus between Friday, May 12 and Saturday, May13, six of which happen at Macky. Here is some information you may find useful when visiting our venue: Schedule Integrative Physiology Friday,... Read more »
Grace Burns performs during the College of Music showcase concert at Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall.

Guest Blog: College of Music marks 100th anniversary with $50 million music+ campaign

Feb. 14, 2017

The “ music+ ” campaign is tied to a dynamic new outlook for music at CU Boulder called “ The College of Music Advantage .” The wide-reaching, 10-year strategic plan was set in motion by the priorities of students, faculty, staff and other members of the college community. It emphasizes... Read more »
Mark Bueno - Ghost Light

Now in the Gallery: Mark Bueno's Ghost Light

Feb. 3, 2017

BMoCA at Macky Mark Bueno: Ghost Lights January 17 – March 24, 2017 BMoCA at MACKY, an exciting collaboration between Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art and Macky Auditorium, is located in the Gallery of the hall at the University of Colorado Boulder. This series of exhibitions is curated by BMoCA... Read more »
Taiko Summit Colorado

Taiko Summit Colorado 2017 on sale 11/30

Nov. 29, 2016

The thunder of Taiko is pure. It cleanses both the senses and the surroundings. As with most drumming traditions with origins in ancient societies, Taiko celebrates almost all aspects of life from birth to death. Taiko drums roused the troops, intimidated the enemy on battlefields, and were paraded through village... Read more »
George Takei

An Evening with George Takei

Oct. 10, 2016

Note: This article refers to a past event. The Distinguished Speakers Board welcomes actor and activist George Takei to CU Boulder on Wednesday, October 26 at 7:30 p.m. Takei’s return to fame in recent times can be attributed to his involvement in social media. With a Facebook page with over... Read more »
Shakespeare and Music

Guest Blog: Shakespeare and Music

Aug. 23, 2016

This month, the University of Colorado Boulder plays host to the earliest complete published collection of William Shakespeare’s plays during the exhibition "First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare." Fittingly, faculty and students from the College of Music will play their part by celebrating four centuries of music inspired... Read more »
Jose Leonardo Leon

Guest Blog: From Caracas to Colorado: a musical journey

July 25, 2016

Jose Leonardo Leon has taught music and been taught music. He’s performed music and he’s seen music performed. He’s even been part of a Latin Grammy-winning recording with one of his musical idols. Now, the Venezuela-born trombonist has his eye on the ultimate degree. “I want to teach in a... Read more »
El Sistema orchestra

Guest Blog: Putting It All Together

April 12, 2016

In the spring, most students on campus have their eyes on summer. Jobs and internships, camping trips and family vacations. A break from school. But music education students Claire Glover and Cameron Coday have their eyes on lesson plans, staff-lined chalkboards and the fresh faces of the young music students... Read more »
Conference On World Affairs App

Coming to the Conference On World Affairs? Download the App!

April 4, 2016

Don't forget to download the CWA App! Each day it will have the most up-to-date schedule so you can stay in the know. Download the app here or follow the instructions below. To download in the App Store or in Google Play: Download the "Crowd Compass Directory" App, then search... Read more »

Now in the Gallery: Sangeeta Reddy

March 3, 2016

Note: This blog entry refers to a past event. Fractured Landscapes of the West features a series of landscape paintings by Denver-based, Indian-born artist Sangeeta Reddy. The large and small-scale paintings illuminate the striking and complex landscapes of Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah through a vast range of colors that... Read more »