daniel kellogg

Composer preps for world premiere with Colorado Symphony

Oct. 10, 2016

It’s a big week for Associate Professor of Composition Daniel Kellogg: One of the biggest pieces he’s ever written will have its world premiere at Boettcher Concert Hall in Denver.

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Colorado at Carnegie

Oct. 5, 2016

On Monday evening, Nov. 7, music at CU Boulder will be well represented on the East Coast when the College of Music puts on a showcase concert at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall.

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Mini-Documentary: CU NOW's Composer Fellows' Initiative

Aug. 9, 2016

Student composer from the University of Colorado Boulder workshop and present original opera scenes alongside their voice and opera peers at the CU NOW Composer Fellows' Initiative.

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The sound of innovation

May 17, 2016

Hugh Lobel, a 2015 DMA graduate, is making it easier for anyone to compose their own music using his new platform, Music_SDP.

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Doing the leg work

May 9, 2016

Composition alumnus Keane Southard is raising funds to write a symphony about the Appalachian Trail.

carter pann

CU-Boulder Composer Carter Pann a finalist for Pulitzer Prize

April 20, 2016

Faculty composer Carter Pann's piece "The Mechanics: Six from the Shop Floor" was named a finalist for the 2016 Pulitzer Prize in Music.

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Blurring the lines in art and music

April 18, 2016

Associate Professor of Music Composition and Technology Michael Theodore recently wrapped up an art and sound installation at David B. Smith Gallery in Denver’s Lower Downtown district.

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The science of creativity

April 18, 2016

Willie Payne (BM ’15) has always been interested in how technology facilitates the creation of music.

students rehearsing at el sistema

Putting it all together

April 11, 2016

Music education majors Cameron Coday and Claire Glover are preparing for a special junior recital with a performance by students from El Sistema Colorado on April 18.

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A different way to make music

April 6, 2016

A music degree can lead you to any number of different careers. As we found out from a handful of College of Music graduates working at Boulder-based MakeMusic, you could even wind up working at a software company.