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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.”

Annika Socolofsky

Pendulum concert series a place for musical exploration

Oct. 20, 2021

On Oct. 28, Pendulum New Music will present its second concert of the academic year. Says Assistant Professor of Composition + Pendulum Director Annika Socolofsky, "We're a rowdy bunch that loves to take risks and experience a huge range of musical genres and aesthetics."

 Thalea String Quartet

Alumna and DEI advocate joins future-focused Thalea String Quartet

Sept. 15, 2021

Viola Performance graduate Lauren Spaulding (MM ’14) this month joined the acclaimed and diverse Thalea String Quartet, Doctoral Fellowship String Quartet at the University of Maryland.

Pablo Beltran

Jazz doctoral student exemplifies personal resilience and professional determination

Sept. 8, 2021

As we celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month, we're inspired by the resilience and determination of DMA student Pablo Beltran.

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.

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.

BLM protest, courtesy Boulder Daily Camera

College welcomes new diversity coordinator

Alma Ramos will spearhead the College of Music's efforts to bring greater diversity to music study at CU Boulder

Students posing

Prioritizing diversity in music

Diverse Musicians' Alliance makes sure the college's second century stands for inclusion

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.

Charlotte Heth

First Distinguished Lectureship on Music, Diversity and Inclusion hosts Native American music scholar

Jan. 30, 2018

On Feb. 28, the College of Music kicks off its annual Distinguished Lectureship on Music, Diversity and Inclusion with a free lecture by Native American ethnomusicologist Charlotte Heth.

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