CU-Boulder Board of Regents Approves 2015-16 Tuition Rates

April 7, 2015

The University of Colorado Boulder Board of Regents Monday approved tuition and fees for the 2015-16 school year.


CU-Boulder students perform at Monterey's prestigious Next Generation Jazz Festival

March 31, 2015

The students were invited to perform as part of the Monterey Jazz Festival’s prestigious Next Generation Jazz Festival, which annually brings more than a thousand middle-school, high-school and college big bands, combos and ensembles to “duke it out for the glory of performing at the Monterey Jazz Festival in September,” according to the festival’s website.

cosi fan tutte

DAILY CAMERA — Eklund Opera's 'Così fan tutte' is 'intense, hysterical, radiant'

March 13, 2015

Even in its most intimate and reserved moments, Mozart's Così fan tutte is by turns intense and hysterical. Its intricate plot, which might have become convoluted in lesser hands than those of Mozart and his librettist, Lorenzo Da Ponte, moves forward with such swiftness that at times the observer is left breathless.


Graying gracefully: Natalie Merchant to play with CU-Boulder Symphony April 2

March 9, 2015

Natalie Merchant is used to it by now—the startled gasp from the audience when she emerges on stage. The reaction says more about our celebrity-crazed culture than it does about Merchant, embraced by fans in the 1980s as the hip vocalist and literate lyricist/songwriter for the alt-folk-rock band 10,000 Maniacs.


Jazz great Paquito D'Rivera to give master class at CU-Boulder Feb. 26

Feb. 24, 2015

Born in Havana, Cuba, the versatile D'Rivera—flute, saxophone, clarinet—performed with the National Theater Orchestra at age 10. He studied at the Havana Conservatory of Music and became a featured soloist with the Cuban National Symphony at age 17.


College of Music piano major Eli Stalzer key to Buffs basketball

Feb. 17, 2015

Under bright stage lights, before an audience of empty chairs, Eli Stalzer runs his fingers across the keys of a large, black piano. He’s come for an interview, not a rehearsal, but he can’t help himself: He’s been a piano player since age eight.


College of Music's second International Guitar Festival at CU-Boulder Feb. 19-21

Feb. 16, 2015

In just over three years, Nicolò Spera has put CU-Boulder on the map as a true global mecca for classical-guitar teaching, performance and competition.


Jazz legend Rufus Reid to give free performance, master classes at CU-Boulder Feb. 16-18

Feb. 11, 2015

Reid will give a free performance at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 18 in Grusin Music Hall. The College of Music Concert Jazz Ensemble, directed by Brad Goode, will perform Reid's original compositions from Quiet Pride, nominated for a Grammy Award in 2014 for best Large Jazz Ensemble Album.


Medeski, Martin & Wood and Alarm Will Sound set for 'ultimate jam' at CU-Boulder Feb. 6

Jan. 28, 2015

The trio, a hit on the jam-band circuit pioneered by the Grateful Dead, and the versatile, 20-member, alt-classical band will jam together and separately for an eclectic program that draws on everything from the work of brain-bending science-fiction author Philip K. Dick to Egyptian mythology, Herman Melville and Detroit jazz.


CU-Boulder College of Music to host Feb. 2 memorial for Robert Miles

Jan. 21, 2015

The College of Music will host a memorial for student Rob Miles at 7:30 p.m. Monday Feb. 2, in Grusin Music Hall.