corie brown with her students

Music: The great equalizer

Oct. 3, 2016

Doctoral student Corie Brown talks about what she learned teaching choir to displaced children in Bogotá, Colombia.

imig music building

Faculty and students ring in the 2016-17 academic year

Aug. 22, 2016

Summer’s over and the fall semester has arrived. Between new classes, growing ensembles, long-awaited recitals and international performances, there’s plenty to be excited about.

jose leonardo leon

From Caracas to Colorado: a musical journey

July 13, 2016

Jose Leonardo Leon has been a teacher and performer. He’s even been part of a Latin Grammy-winning recording with one of his musical idols. Now, the Venezuela-born trombonist has his eye on the ultimate degree.

alicia baker with her accordion

Going back in time with Alicia Baker and her accordion

June 29, 2016

At this year’s Colorado Shakespeare Festival, audiences at “The Comedy of Errors” will be wooed back to 1930s Paris by the costumes, the set and of course, an onstage minstrel and her accordion.

leslee in italy

The poetry of music

June 27, 2016

Violin DMA Leslee Smucker explores the music and poetry of Ezra Pound in a presentation and DMA recital.

group at medieval conference

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.

joshua horsch

DAILY CAMERA - Star conducting student closes CU career with 'Tender Land'

April 20, 2016

When the Eklund Opera Program ends its season with Aaron Copland's "The Tender Land,"audiences will also witness the close of a notable and distinguished graduate student career.

katherine smith

Horn DMA candidate steps in for Wyoming Symphony

April 19, 2016

Katherine Smith made a last-minute solo appearance with the Wyoming Symphony during its season finale concert last week.

kim patterson and nathan hall

Alumni return to share entrepreneurship tips

Feb. 9, 2016

On Wednesday, Feb. 10, the Entrepreneurship Center for Music's Career Launchpad welcomes back two College of Music alumni who have run the gamut of gigs in the music world.

paul shinn piano

Next stop: South Africa

Jan. 11, 2016

Jazz piano DMA Paul Shinn will compete in the first ever jazz piano competition at the University of South Africa's Unisa International Competition on Jan. 26. It’s not unusual for a young pianist to enter a competition. Learning new repertoire, perfecting pieces you’ve known for years and getting them just...

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