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CU Philharmonia Orchestra features anthem for risk taking, for “that brilliant fire that lives in us all”

Nov. 10, 2021

On Nov. 15, the CU Philharmonia Orchestra will present diverse works by Jessica Mays, Maurice Ravel and Felix Mendelssohn.

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New endowed fund to foster DEI through American Music Research Center

Nov. 8, 2021

“We have a real opportunity to use the American Music Research Center as a uniting force to bring together people of different cultures, ethnicities, perspectives and walks of life. I see this [DEI] work as not only educational, but as a strategy to improve the environment in which persons of color are pursuing their educations at CU Boulder.”

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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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Enhanced education through interdisciplinary micro credentialing

Oct. 27, 2021

"The way I see it, the College of Music is an innovation lab with endless potential for defining and redefining what it means to be an artist in a dynamic global environment. By developing an interdisciplinary micro credentialing program, my vision is to model an educational experience in which recognized mastery of varied competencies prepares our students for flexible, individualized careers."

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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."

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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.

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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.

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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.

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