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Composer. Conductor. Educator. Humanitarian. Writer. Leonard Bernstein came to stand for 20th century American music through the many facets of his career. This semester, CU joins the worldwide celebration honoring him.
Whether you want to study theory, play oboe or teach music, the College of Music has more than seven degree programs in more than 23 fields of study.
Our faculty perform regularly with renowned orchestras, compose pieces for national ensembles and produce scholarly works for leading publications.
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The College of Music is one of the country's top public music programs. Get a virtual look at our world-class performance and academic facilities.
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Our students perform with any number of ensembles, large and small, traditional and innovative, in some of the most beautiful venues in the region.
Every year our faculty and students put on more than 400 concerts and recitals. Watch live streamed events on the Live Performances page.
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Sept. 18, 2018
Read more about Faculty Tuesdays: CU Bernstein at 100: Chamber Music with Jamie Bernstein
Sept. 14, 2018
Read more about Pendulum New Music Series: Creation and engagement through collaboration
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