Band Practice in the Age of COVID-19 (April 14, 2021, The Wall Street Journal)
Researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder and the University of Maryland have found simple ways they say can mitigate the risk posed by the potentially virus-laden aerosols spewed into the air by singing and playing wind instruments, including placing covers on the bells of wind instruments.
All Together Now (April 8, 2021, The New York Times)
Shelly Miller, an aerosol scientist at the University of Colorado, Boulder, and lead author of the Indoor Air paper, has since been collaborating on a study of Covid-prevention measures with the International Coalition of Performing Arts.
Colorado Lullaby Project
Building upon Carnegie Hall’s innovative program, the Colorado Lullaby Project brings together individuals that identify as parents, or new parent, with College of Music student musicians to strengthen community through song.