Claire McCahan posing

Lessons for the road

Recent graduate Claire McCahan (MM ’18, AD ’20) reflects on the most important lessons she learned at the College of Music

Marty Coffin Evans posing

Bricks, mortar and memories

CU Boulder alumna and College of Music supporter Marty Coffin Evans looks back on decades spent among the musicians of Boulder

Dennis Jackson posing

Leaving a legacy

CU Opera founder Dennis Jackson and his students talk about the foundation he laid at the end of the 20th century.

Barry and Sue Baer

Supporter spotlight: Barry and Sue Baer

June 24, 2020

“When I’m singing or studying music, everything else in the world just melts away,” says Sue Baer. “It’s all I think about. It nourishes my spirit.”

Kristen Gornstein, credit Jessica Osber

Breadth of experience: Kristin Gornstein

June 10, 2020

For mezzo soprano Kristin Gornstein (MM ’08), key to survival as an artist during uncertain times is to take charge of your career.

Introducing Beatrice et Benedict

Scenes from "Béatrice et Bénédict"

May 6, 2020

In light of its canceled live production in April 2020, Eklund Opera presents “Béatrice et Bénédict,” a Quarantine Opera by Hector Berlioz. Tune in as we release more scenes in the coming weeks!

Claire Gunsbury

Congratulations to the Outstanding Students of 2020!

May 4, 2020

Celebrating their hard work and dedication to their education, especially during times like these, meet the College of Music Outstanding Students of 2020: Isabel Goodwin, Ethan Blake, Claire Gunsbury, and Sophia Zervas!

University Singers perform in Grusin Music Hall

Video from the vaults: University Singers

May 1, 2020

The University Singers, conducted by guest conductor Sharon Hansen, performed Purcell's "Hear my prayer, Oh Lord" in Grusin Music Hall on Oct. 27, 2019.

Maureen Bailey posing

Ready for anything: Maureen Bailey

March 3, 2020

Alumna Mo Bailey was among several College of Music vocalists to appear on the soundtrack for the new Adam Sandler film, “Uncut Gems.”

Group in Himalayas

Revelations in the Himalayas

Eklund Opera maestro Nicholas Carthy spent 10 days getting back to the basics in Kathmandu.

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