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Mini-Documentary: Conducting Symposium

Aug. 16, 2016

Every year, conductors of all skill levels come to Boulder for the Conducting Symposium, hosted by the College of Music's band and orchestra departments. Participants and clinicians share what you can learn in this supportive workshop setting.

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Jazz and violin faculty plan live studio recording

Aug. 15, 2016

Thompson Jazz Studies Program Director John Gunther and Assistant Professor of Violin Chas Wetherbee will record Gunther's original work, “Anansi and the Sky God,” this week in front of a live studio audience.

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A lasting legacy: Joan Catoni Conlon and Frank Conlon

July 12, 2016

Joan Catoni Conlon and her husband Frank recently endowed a fellowship to support graduate students pursuing the Master of Music or Doctor of Musical Arts in Choral Conducting and Literature degrees.

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Searching for historical clues in music

June 14, 2016

Several musicology PhD students and Associate Professor Rebecca Maloy delve into the meaning of Old Hispanic chant, a contemporary of medieval Gregorian chant.

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New faculty member brings expertise in Nordic culture to musicology department

May 11, 2016

This fall, the College of Music welcomes a familiar face to the musicology faculty full time as Benjamin R. Teitelbaum joins the department.

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Ethnomusicologist recognized for work promoting diversity

April 25, 2016

The College of Music’s promotion of diversity and inclusion has been recognized by the University of Colorado Boulder for the third year in a row.

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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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Be(bop) Boulder with the jazz studies program

April 13, 2016

The faculty of the Thompson Jazz Studies Program recently released a new CD of original works, "Be(bop) Boulder."

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Piano Man

March 29, 2016

When Ted Mulcahey arrives on campus for work at 6:30 a.m. each day, all is quiet. He prefers it that way. Silence makes his job easier.