Visuals from a previous Liquid Sky event at Fiske Planetarium

Liquid Sky events to feature music by Prince, Bowie and The WHO

Nov. 14, 2017

On Nov. 17, join Fiske Planetarium for a mind-melting musical featuring the beats and rhythms of your favorite musical icons in full surround audio coupled with live-rendered visuals.

MFA candidates Samm Wesler and Bonnie Cox

In dance recital 'Parallax,' women's issues are human issues

Oct. 31, 2017

This joint dance recital Nov. 10–12 by MFA candidates Bonnie Cox and Samm Wesler explores the many facets of feminism.

Cliburn winner pianist Yekwon Sunwoo

Cliburn winner Yekwon Sunwoo heads to Boulder Nov. 3

Oct. 25, 2017

Fresh off the keyboard gauntlet known as the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, Yekwon Sunwoo will give recitals all over the map, including at CU Boulder's Macky Auditorium.

Scene from SciDance performance

SciDance, Frequent Flyers Aerial Dance to perform Oct. 27, 28

Oct. 18, 2017

A unique collaboration between scientists and aerial dancers, the event promises a cerebral and kinesthetic meditation on earth system processes.

Porcelain doll face broken into pieces

CU Theatre stages Ibsen's timeless 'A Doll House'

Oct. 18, 2017

CU Boulder's wintry, thought-provoking production of Henrik Ibsen's iconic 19th-century play, directed by Roe Green Visiting Artist Ina Marlowe, runs Nov. 3–12.

MFA candidates Aaron Allen, Jr. and Vivian Kim

MFA dance concert confronts racial and sexual discrimination head-on

Oct. 11, 2017

CU Boulder's dance division shines a spotlight on two MFA candidates in "Taking UP Space," an evening of performances embracing racial and sexual diversity, Oct. 20–22.

Car driving through snow storm

CU Theatre to perform touching family drama 'The Long Christmas Ride Home'

Oct. 11, 2017

The CU Theatre season continues Oct. 18–22 with Paula Vogel's "The Long Christmas Ride Home," a harrowing play that uses Japanese puppetry to explore trauma and relationships.

Elaine Richardson, a former prostitute who says education saved her life

Prison life the subject of upcoming performances Oct. 19, 20

Oct. 10, 2017

The writings of death row inmates and the story of a former prostitute who earned a doctoral degree will be featured at two public performances.

Cosmic geometry illustration

A cosmic meditation on the nature of sound and space Oct. 13, 14

Oct. 6, 2017

Join composer and shakuhachi player Aidan Patrick Cook for a bold new performance experience. Sprawl out on a cushion and sink into a tableau of sound unlike anything you've heard.

Conor Brown in the Finnish woods.

College of Music joins worldwide celebration of Finland's birthday

Oct. 3, 2017

In celebration of the 100th anniversary of Finnish independence, the College of Music will highlight the music and folk traditions of the Nordic country in a series of concerts and faculty exchanges starting Oct. 24.