student rehearses on stage

New Musical Theatre program opens with “Edges”

Sept. 26, 2019

Join the brand new cohort for an October production of coming-of-age musical “Edges,” written by Tony-nominated duo Pasek and Paul.

CU NOW Workshop

Opera from the ground up: CU New Opera Workshop

Aug. 13, 2019

CU NOW guest composer Tom Cipullo, director Leigh Holman and performer Zachary Bryant take you behind the scenes for rehearsal and performance.

Pamela Z performing

Alumna Pamela Z wins Rome Prize

July 9, 2019

Multimedia artist Pamela Z (BM ’78) was one of just two composers awarded with the coveted fellowship at the American Academy in Rome this April.

Students rehearsing for CU NOW

CU NOW celebrates 10 years with new Cipullo work

May 22, 2019

Eklund Opera’s trailblazing CU New Opera Workshop has been the perfect playground for composers with in-progress operas for a decade. For 2019, composer Tom Cipullo brings his new piece “Hobson’s Choice” to the program.

Kristina and Paul Eklund at a dinner

Supporter spotlight: Paul and Kristina Eklund

May 9, 2019

The Eklunds recently provided a gift that will name the percussion practice room in the expanded Imig Music Building.

Commencement

Hats off to the Outstanding Students of 2019!

May 7, 2019

Meet this year's College of Music Outstanding Students, Mack Rodgers, Claire Gunsbury, Anoushka Divekar and Brian Lambert.

John Seesholtz singing

Meet Our Faculty: John Seesholtz

April 16, 2019

Meet Director of Vocal Pedagogy John Seesholtz.

Sophia Zervas

A scale of experiences

April 11, 2019

Senior Vocal and Piano performance major Sophia Zervas has mastered the art of juggling a full plate, especially with her upcoming performance in The Turn of the Screw April 25-28.

Elizabeth Welch posing

Alumni spotlight: Elizabeth Welch

March 7, 2019

New York-based Elizabeth Welch (BM ’98) is singing her way through musical theatre productions on Broadway and on regional stages—including Denver, where she was a Denver Post Ovation Award recipient for her portrayal of Maria in “West Side Story”—and before audiences as far away as Germany and Austria.

Wei Wu Grammy winner

Alumnus Wei Wu wins Grammy Award

Feb. 11, 2019

Wei Wu is officially a Grammy winner for his role in "The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs."

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