Walther with viola

Takács Quartet announces appointment of violist Richard O'Neill, retirement of Geri Walther after 15 years

Oct. 9, 2019

As the Takács Quartet enters its 45th year, the internationally acclaimed string quartet—in residence at the College of Music since 1986—will soon see a new musician enter its esteemed ranks.

Gordon and Grace Gamm

Supporter spotlight: Grace and Gordon Gamm

Oct. 8, 2019

Boulder philanthropists Grace and Gordon Gamm are among the generous supporters who pitched in to name the new facilities that will open soon at Imig Music Building.

Aubrey Yeh and Amy Woodley

Focus on the future: Amy Woodley and Aubrey Yeh

Oct. 3, 2019

These two music education buffs stayed local to bring both passion and leadership to Jeffco Public Schools and the Boulder Valley School District.

Grusin Hall with piano

Latin Grammy-nominated album recorded at Grusin Music Hall

Sept. 30, 2019

A cross-cultural collaboration in Grusin Music Hall is being recognized with one of the biggest honors in music.

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.

Sher Scholar Shelby Roberts

Harpist Shelby Roberts welcomed as new Sher Scholar

Sept. 23, 2019

Shelby Roberts is the newest recipient of the prestigious Sher Distinguished Musician Scholarship and will be pursuing her Bachelor of Music in harp performance.

Ben and Pattie Nelson

Supporter spotlight: Ben and Pattie Nelson

Sept. 17, 2019

Golden Buffalo Marching Band alumni Ben and Pattie Nelson have made a huge impact on music in Colorado already, and now they will add their name to a new practice room in Imig Music Building.

David Korevaar

David Korevaar named Distinguished Professor

Sept. 13, 2019

One of just 106 CU professors to have earned the distinction since it was first created in 1977, Korevaar received final approval from the University of Colorado Regents on Sept. 13.

Robert Shay

What's next

Sept. 5, 2019

Dean Robert Shay talks about his plans as the new academic year begins.

Jennie Dorris playing marimba

Never too many hats: Alumna Jennie Dorris

Sept. 3, 2019

With "a shortage of job ads for marimba players," Pittsburgh-based interdisciplinary artist Jennie Dorris (MM ’05) re-invents herself—and her career—continuously.

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