Free Massages for College of Music Students through the Musicians' Wellness Initiative

Oct. 6, 2010

WHAT ARE MASSAGE CLINICS AT CU-BOULDER? Free 30 minute table massages offered for College of Music students by interns from Boulder College of Massage Therapy through the Musicians’ Wellness Initiative. Interns get hours towards certification; you get a free massage!Read more »

Faculty CD Release: Geraldine Walther and David Korevaar

Sept. 30, 2010

David Korevaar and Geraldine Walther have collaborated on this new CD release. Information from MSR Classics below: NOE VALLEY CHAMBER MUSIC PRESENTS TRUE DIVIDED LIGHT CHAMBER MUSIC OF DAVID CARLSON TRUE DIVIDED LIGHT for Viola and Piano SONATA for Cello and Piano GERALDINE WALTHER viola EMIL MILAND cello DAVID KOREVAAR pianoRead more »

Macky Auditorium Celebrates 100 Years

Sept. 24, 2010

Celebrating 100 years hosting the best performing arts, lectures and entertainment events, Macky Auditorium is one of the most valuable and recognizable historical spaces on the CU Boulder Campus and a premiere venue in the Front Range. This short historical documentary made in celebration of Macky Auditorium’s 100th Anniversary was created thanks to the hard work of Executive Producer Tony Moores, Producer/Director Bud Leonard, writer Silvia Pettem and contributor Alan Cass.Read more »

Interview with CU Jazz Studies Director John Davis

Sept. 20, 2010

Check out this YouTube video with CU Jazz Studies director John Davis! Jazz Ensemble I will be performing with Nnenna Freelon on her Artist Series appearance Saturday, September 25. For more information about this concert, visit .Read more »
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Boston Musical Intelligencer Review of Andrew Cooperstock

Sept. 19, 2010

A disappointingly small audience turned out for one of the most significant and worthwhile concerts of the 2010 Maverick Concerts season in Woodstock. Saturday evening. The duo Opus Two, violinist William Terwilliger and pianist Andrew Cooperstock, played a recital called “American Spirit,” and they justified their title with both repertoire and performance.Read more »

Fiske Guide to College Picks CU-Boulder Music

Aug. 27, 2010

The 2011 Fiske Guide to Colleges listed CU Boulder as one of only 25 Major Universities Strong in Music. CU Boulder’s College of Music has appeared on this select list for several years. The Fiske Guide also recognized CU Boulder as Strong in Environmental Studies and a top Major University with Strong Support for Students with Learning Disabilities.Read more »

Yoshiyuki Ishikawa, bassoon

Aug. 23, 2010

Excerpts from the performance of the Concerto for Bassoon and Orchestra by Ray Luke during the 2010 IDRS (International Double Reed Society) conference in July 2010 at the University of Oklahoma Yoshiyuki Ishikawa, bassoon with the IDRS Festival Orchestra, David Lockington, conductor Video of complete performance of the concerto is available at www.idrs.orgRead more »

Brad Goode's New Album

Aug. 9, 2010

Associate Professor of Jazz Studies Brad Goode debuts his exciting new quartet on Tight Like This, Goode’s fourth Delmark Records CD and his twelfth as a leader. The Chicago native has assembled the band “I’ve longed for my entire career,” one that shares his willingness to take risks “while maintaining respect for the form and the group sound.” Tight Like This will be released September 21.Read more »

John Lindsey and Robert Spillman

Aug. 4, 2010

Tenor John Lindsey (graduate student in voice) and pianist Robert Spillman (retired faculty) rehearse Robert Aldridge’s My Love in Her Attire which was performed at CU New Opera Workshop in July 2010.Read more »

Voice and Choral Alumni News

Aug. 2, 2010

Thank you to retired Professor Joan Catoni Conlon for sending us these updates about some of our recent graduates from the Voice, Opera, and Choral Department:Read more »