Wynton Marsalis playing trumpet

Fourth Distinguished Lectureship features Wynton Marsalis

Dec. 17, 2020

The fourth annual Distinguished Lectureship in Music, Diversity and Inclusion will feature a conversation with the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra managing and artistic director.

Flatirons from Imig Music Building

College of Music announces endowed fund to support equity and inclusion work

Nov. 10, 2020

Board leaders are spearheading financial support for this college priority.

students working together

Lullaby Project makes most of social distancing

This spring, despite the COVID-19 pandemic, an ambitious partnership brought together the Entrepreneurship Center for Music, CU Boulder’s Reneé Crown Institute, Boulder Community Health, Children's Hospital of Colorado and Carnegie Hall.

Very Hungry Catterpillar

Supporting new ideas

Sept. 15, 2020

The Entrepreneurship Center for Music is stepping up its work to promote student projects and businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Lullaby Project musicians

Carnegie Hall’s Lullaby Project comes to the College of Music

March 10, 2020

The Lullaby Project pairs new parents with professional musicians to create a customized lullaby for their new baby in a process that forms strong parent-child bonds and fosters early childhood development. It comes to the College of Music this spring.

CU at Boettcher

Music 100 years in the making

Jan. 13, 2020

The College of Music is thrilled to celebrate its Centennial with a beautifully planned series of concerts, presentations and other events, culminating in the dedication of the new wing of Imig Music Building next fall.

Aaron and Afa Dworkin

Third Annual Distinguished Lectureship hosts award-winning leaders of the Sphinx Organization

Dec. 10, 2019

On Tuesday, Feb. 25, the College of Music's third annual Distinguished Lectureship in Music, Diversity and Inclusion comes to Grusin Music Hall with a lecture by social entrepreneurs and arts leaders Aaron and Afa Dworkin from the award-winning Sphinx Organization.

Larry Stoffel conducting students

Giving through music: Alumnus Larry Stoffel

Nov. 19, 2019

For Larry Stoffel (MM ’90), annual concerts for those incarcerated in state prisons are rooted in mercy, compassion and charity.

Grauman Donation

Emphasizing diversity in American music

Nov. 5, 2019

In her first year with the American Music Research Center, Professor of Musicology Susan Thomas has made great strides in expanding the unique archive of the center, conducting outreach on American music and history, and supporting scholars and class curricula.

Group at Aspen

College continues strong partnership with Aspen Music Festival and School

Seven students attended the summer program in 2019.

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