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Piano + Keyboard Program hosts DEI-focused guest lecturers, master class

Oct. 27, 2021

Kicking off November, the College of Music's Piano + Keyboard Program will present virtual and in-person events as part of a doctoral seminar on diverse piano literature.

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Making connections + engaging community

Oct. 21, 2021

"Everything is connected—my artistry, my scholarship, my dissertation research and my activism in the immigrant community.”

George Walker

Winds program features music by celebrated BIPOC composer George Walker

Oct. 13, 2021

On Oct. 19, horn and piano faculty will collaborate with the CU Boulder Graduate Wind Quintet and members of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra in a Faculty Tuesdays program for winds, including George Walker's "Wind Set."

The Lehnert Duo

College of Music's Faculty Tuesdays series celebrates 22 years of community-focused music making

Aug. 17, 2021

As part of the College of Music's long-running Faculty Tuesdays series, professional musicians, vocalists and ensembles in the college play concerts most Tuesdays during the fall and spring semesters, offering students and community members the opportunity to experience firsthand the renowned talent housed right here on campus.

Banners and memorials at King Soopers

Processing and remembering with music

April 1, 2021

Like many CU Boulder students, saxophonist Josh Sweeney shopped regularly at the Table Mesa King Soopers, site of the March 22 mass shooting. A sophomore majoring in music and mechanical engineering, Sweeney was fortunate that the shooting didn’t directly involve anyone in his immediate circle. Nonetheless, he lives in the...

Louis Saxton

#BoulderStrong

March 26, 2021

Less than one week after the series of shootings in metro Atlanta, we experienced a mass shooting right here at home. Just as we stand together with our Asian, Asian American and Pacific Islander students, faculty and staff, we stand together in our shared grief over 10 lives lost at...

Asha Romeo

Striving for change, equitable learning

March 9, 2021

Student leader Asha Romeo is working to create a diverse and equitable learning environment for underrepresented students at the College of Music.

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.

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