Michael Sachs works with CU Boulder trumpet section during 2015 Cleveland Orchestra residency

Cleveland Orchestra members return for third residency

Sept. 6, 2017

Members of the Cleveland Orchestra will work side by side with CU Boulder students and faculty Sept. 11-13 during what has become one of the College of Music's most anticipated biennial events.

Instructor Tyler Lansford coaches 'Julius Caesar' actors in rhetoric

Classicist tutors 'Julius Caesar' actors in Roman rhetoric

June 28, 2017

Colorado Shakespeare Festival director has teamed up with instructor Tyler Lansford on the belief that helping actors more fully understand classic rhetoric might help them better convey the full meaning of the play.

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Applying Shakespeare to your life

June 23, 2017

This year not only marks the 60th season of the Colorado Shakespeare Festival but also the first year of the Applied Shakespeare Certificate offered by CU Boulder. Students spent the past two weeks immersed in all things Shakespeare.

Professor Nabil Echchaibi on KGNU radio

Religion in the digital age focus of new research

May 18, 2017

The Center for Media, Religion and Culture (CMRC) at CU Boulder has been awarded $500,000 from the Henry Luce Foundation to explore the changing nature of religious scholarship in the digital age.

Becky Roser

$2 million and love of music name Roser Piano and Keyboard Department

April 11, 2017

Thompson. Eklund. Ritter. For the CU Boulder College of Music, these are household names associated with a deep-seated love and selfless support of music. Now, you can add the name Roser to that list. Becky Roser, a longtime college supporter, recently created a $2 million endowment naming the Roser Piano and Keyboard Program.

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First initial of last name could foretell one's success or setback in life

March 17, 2017

There might be more than just hard work to people's successes in life. From an early age, those whose last name starts toward the beginning of the alphabet can have an advantage. The news is not so good for those with last names toward the end of the alphabet.

Grace Burns

College of Music marks 100th anniversary with $50 million music+ campaign

Feb. 13, 2017

No one knows better than Grace Burns just what a difference a vision and a financial boost can mean to a young musician. Burns was one of 14 students to perform at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall in November. In support of opportunities like this, and in celebration of its 100th birthday, the college is embarking on its first major fundraising campaign called music+.

CU Boulder Associate Director of Choirs Andrea Ramsey conducts song during rehearsal

Choral activism: CU composer crafts piece on Flint Water Crisis

Jan. 5, 2017

Andrea Ramsey, associate director of choral studies at CU Boulder, seeks to raise awareness through music for the ongoing tragedy in Flint, Michigan, and tell the stories that may have been lost in the two years since the crisis began.

Students and professors participate in a table reading of a modernized version of Henry VI.

Theater majors, professors present modern take of Shakespeare's Henry VI

Nov. 28, 2016

The “Play On!" project has commissioned playwrights, including women and writers of color, to translate a variety of Shakespeare plays into contemporary modern English. A group of CU Boulder students and professors recently got to participate in a reading of two of those plays.

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CU Boulder to revamp doctoral studies in the literatures

Nov. 8, 2016

With the new Consortium of Doctoral Studies in Literatures and Cultures, CU Boulder is improving support for doctoral students in its six literature Ph.D programs: French and Italian; Spanish and Portuguese; German; classics; English; and Japanese and Chinese.