Published: Jan. 25, 2022

Take in wondrous musical performances for free—in person or streamed online. Most Tuesdays through the academic year, CU Boulder faculty experts treat audiences to their renowned talents. Check back for the line-up and plan to tune in! 

Upcoming events in the Faculty Tuesdays series include:


Jan. 25—Upon Further Study

The piano repertoire is vast and exploring it is a lifelong passion for pianist David Korevaar. This program includes works by Cécile Chaminade, Adolphus Hailstork and Leslie Adams—recent discoveries for Korevaar—as well as a selection of Frédéric Chopin's ever-challenging Études.

Feb. 1—Improvisation: Jazz, Flamenco, and Dance

Swinging jazz, steaming flamenco and suave flamenco-dance are the evening's fare. Bassist Brian Casey, composer-guitarist Steve Mullins, hand percussionist Rudi Monterroso and dancer Salli Gutierrez join vibraphonist-marimbist Doug Walter for music that explores melodies made up on the spot, standards by Thelonious Monk and Duke Ellington, chords and combos never heard before, and musical partnerships developed through deep friendship.

Feb. 15—CU Faculty Composers with the Nois Sax Quartet

The College of Music composition department teams up with the Chicago-based Nois Saxophone Quartet to present two premieres and other works by each of the five CU faculty composers. In addition to new works for Nois, there will be electro-acoustic works and a closing work for piano, four-hands.

March 1—Meta Weiss and friends

Renowned cellist Meta Weiss and colleagues will perform in this week's recital. More details to come.