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Alumni concert in the Big Apple

May 11, 2015

On Wednesday evening, May 13, professor Andrew Cooperstock and his duo Opus Two are on the bill for An Evening of Gershwin, hosted by the NYC Forever Buffs Alumni Chapter.

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College of Music sends off the Class of 2015

May 8, 2015

On Friday, May 8, the College of Music welcomed grads, undergrads and their families to Imig Music Building for commencement ceremonies.

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Students and dean discuss future of college, strategic plan

April 10, 2015

On Thursday evening, April 9, Dean Robert Shay held a town hall meeting for students to hear more about the College of Music's upcoming strategic plan, ask questions and provide their feedback.

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DAILY CAMERA — Eklund Opera's 'Così fan tutte' is 'intense, hysterical, radiant'

March 13, 2015

Even in its most intimate and reserved moments, Mozart's Così fan tutte is by turns intense and hysterical. Its intricate plot, which might have become convoluted in lesser hands than those of Mozart and his librettist, Lorenzo Da Ponte, moves forward with such swiftness that at times the observer is left breathless.

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

Nov. 25, 2014

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.

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Long-time College of Music staff member Myra Jackson, Nov. 24, 1940-Oct. 29, 2014

Nov. 13, 2014

Myra Lee (Barnes) Jackson, known to every student and faculty member who scheduled a recital or concert at the College of Music and widely known to the Boulder community for her work with CU Presents, died at her home Oct. 29, 2014. She was 73.

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CU Presents for the holidays: Scrooge and show tunes, English a cappella, seasonal sing-alongs and more

Nov. 10, 2014

If your holiday entertainment tastes run to silly, sublime or sentimental—or all three—CU Presents can help you celebrate this holiday season.

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Fall 2013 faculty, alumni student news

Oct. 10, 2013

CU-Boulder College of Music faculty, students and alumni at the biennial Symposium on Music Teacher Education, which took place this September at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

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Elephant gig reviews revives grad student Brett Madsen's interest in orchestral music

Sept. 9, 2013

BOULDER, Colo. — Brett Madsen was deeply interested in music as a high-school student in Florida. It just wasn’t the pop, rock, hip-hop and other genres most of his peers listened to. He was into classical music, from Bach and Beethoven to Mozart and Chopin. And he was very into writing the same kind of thing.

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CU-Boulder music graduates bring music education to the heart of Afghanistan

Aug. 12, 2013

Little more than a decade before Joel Schut arrived for a two-month teaching project at the Afghanistan National Institute of Music in Kabul, music was banned in the war-torn central Asian nation. From 1992 to 2001, the ruling Taliban prohibited the playing of music and actively destroyed thousands of instruments. An entire generation of Afghans was not allowed to take part in the act of creating music.

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