Published: Oct. 20, 2018

Don't miss our next Pendulum New Music on October 31st at 7:30 p.m. in Grusin Hall: Works by John Clay Allen, Collin Kemeny, John Boggs, Jack Gaffney, Nelson Walker, and Luciano Berio.

Other News:

This Sunday's Bass Day at CU will feature a new work for Paul Erhard's bass studio by Brian Lambert.

The Finnish Project continues with an encore of Conor Brown's quintet at Carnegie Weill Hall Nov 5 and at the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki Oct 30, where Conor and Dan Silver will also premiere a piece for bass clarinets and electronics by Daniel Kellogg.

Faculty Daniel Kellogg will premiere a new commission, Cicero's Dream, with the Greater Boulder Youth Orchestra for Midori's Residency, on Monday Nov 5 6pm in Macky.  Several kids of CU faculty and alum play in the GBYO. The Boulder Philharmonic partners in this residency.

Congrats to alum Conor Brown, who just premiered an orchestral commission with the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra.

Faculty/ECM director Jeff Nytch heads up entrepeneurship conference here in Boulder going on right now.

Alum Nate Wheeler was back in town!  Currently living in Brooklyn, he just premiered a new work with Gibney Dance in New York.

Loadbang Residency this week has been a fabulous interaction with students from the composition, trumpet, trombone studios, and students at large through ECM, a virtuosic concert, and an insightful open composers reading. Thanks to all involved. Photos coming soon! 

Visit “Student Profiles” at www.cu-pendulum.com to meet our new students.

Local Artists Feature- Our Pendulum poster artwork features art and photography of people within our local community.  This month we are thrilled to feature a pencil sketch by Kellie Masterson.  "This is a drawing of the ventral side of a fossilized pelvis from a Pachyornis elephantopus, otherwise known as an elephant bird or moa.  Now alas extinct.  If extinction isn’t scary, I don’t know what is."