Gayle Boethling is pictured here with student Craig Robertson.

Administrative Assistant Gayle Boethling retires

May 22, 2018

She’s been the beating heart of the College of Music for 24 years. Now, Gayle Boethling is retiring.Read more »
grusin music hall

Job posting: Box Office Manager

May 16, 2018

CU Presents and the College of Music welcome applications for a Box Office Manager to independently manage the box office software and supervise the CU Presents Box Office staff in the day to day operations of the ticket office.Read more »
jake heggie and gene scheer at CU NOW 2016

Heggie, Scheer return to Boulder for CU NOW 2018

May 15, 2018

New opera “If I Were You” gets the CU NOW treatment this summer at Eklund Opera’s trailblazing workshop program.Read more »
indigo girls with the symphony orchestra

Billboard.com: CU Symphony live CD with Indigo Girls to be released June 29

May 14, 2018

The CD was recorded at a concert in April 2017.Read more »
macky auditorium

Job posting: Undergraduate Studies Student Services Assistant

May 10, 2018

This is a front-line position with a high degree of public contact with students, parents and faculty that requires outstanding interpersonal skills to successfully fulfill a critical role in supporting the academic, teaching and student services missions of the college.Read more »
outstanding students claire, sophia, david and anoushka pose

Meet our 2018 Outstanding Students

May 7, 2018

David Leech, Sophia Zervas, Anoushka Divekar and Claire Gunsbury were named the College of Music’s Outstanding Students for 2018.Read more »
commencement standing ovation

Kull, Fuller, Negler to be recognized at May commencement ceremony

May 1, 2018

Distinguished Alumni Jon Kull and Tia Fuller, along with Distinguished Service Award winner Joseph Negler, will be honored and recognized for their contributions to the College of Music on Thursday, May 10.Read more »
kolby morris in israel

Where music has the most meaning

April 30, 2018

As Kolby Morris (BM ’08) thinks back on her musical training, she says some of the most influential forces that led her to where she is today were ethnomusicology and world music.Read more »
Elizabeth Farr

Forging a path steeped in history

April 25, 2018

Director of Historical Performance Studies and Professor of Organ and Harpsichord Elizabeth Farr retires in May after 26 years at the College of Music.Read more »
Two pianos side by side in Siena

Italy music abroad program moves to Siena

April 23, 2018

The College of Music’s study abroad program has moved 25 miles south from Florence to Siena, Italy.Read more »

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