gigsicians finalists

Leveling the playing field

June 7, 2017

Elise Campbell and Callan Miller are already winning awards for Gigsicians, the online service that connects musicians with event planners hiring for gigs.

mark adamo

CU NOW to present Mark Adamo's "The Gospel of Mary Magdalene"

May 24, 2017

This summer, Eklund Opera’s trailblazing new works program—CU New Opera Workshop, or CU NOW—pulls out all the proverbial stops in its latest quest to bring what’s fresh and exciting about opera to the campus of CU Boulder.

anoushka divekar

Outstanding Freshman 2017: Anoushka Divekar

May 10, 2017

"My best experiences here have been going to concerts of my peers, and of the faculty. I'm always inspired to practice harder when I hear other people who sound amazing."

sophia zervas

Outstanding Sophomore 2017: Sophia Zervas

May 9, 2017

"Music offers an intellectual, emotional and kinesthetic challenge unlike any other discipline, and I love being able to express myself through this beautiful art form."

jade and james austin

Outstanding Junior 2017: Jade Espina

May 8, 2017

"Music has been a part of my daily life and the only consistent area of study that brings the me the most passion and success."

jordan pyle

Outstanding Graduating Student 2017: Jordan Pyle

May 4, 2017

Oboist Jordan Pyle will address graduates at College of Music commencement on May 12.

indigo girls with the orchestra

Recapturing the magic

April 25, 2017

After a sold-out concert with pop-folk duo the Indigo Girls in Spring 2016, this spring the College of Music’s premier ensemble again booked a gig with the Girls—this time to record a live album.

nadya hill on stage

Jill of All Trades plays Linda in “Red Hot and Cole”

April 24, 2017

Nadya Hill is a vocalist. A violinist. A visual artist. A full-stack Javascript web developer. But on Friday night and Sunday afternoon, as she performs in Eklund Opera’s season-ending “Red Hot and Cole,” she’ll just be Linda Porter.

choir on stage

Symphony and choirs wrap season with Mozart’s Requiem

April 18, 2017

On Tuesday, May 2, the CU Symphony Orchestra and choirs bring Mozart’s masterpiece, the Requiem in D minor, to the Macky Auditorium stage, capping off a banner year for the College of Music with a performance of one of music’s monumental masterworks.

screenshot of alejandro's piano program

Online summer piano course open for registration

April 11, 2017

This summer, Alejandro Cremaschi will teach a class of 15-20 students the finer points of beginner piano playing. They'll go through a sequence of fun piano pieces and learn about rhythm, reading music, hand placement and chords—and they'll do it entirely online.

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