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We hope you’ll join us for this week’s celebratory events! Reprinted from the Daily Camera: CU-Boulder College of Music’s Dan Sher to be honored in performance celebrations Dean is stepping down at end of June after 20 years at the helm By Brittany Anas Camera Staff Writer Dan Sher — who has spent two decades [...]
After 20 years at the helm of CU College of Music, Dan Sher will step down as Dean at the end of July, 2013. Under Dan’s visionary leadership, the College of Music has grown to be an internationally-recognized institution and is an important resource to the campus and the community. He and his wife Boyce [...]
The students of the pre-professional organization for music education majors at the University of Colorado Boulder have recently been recognized nationally and locally for the quality of their programs and their commitment to providing learning experiences for their members. On March 11th, CU Boulder’s chapter of the National Association for Music Education (NAfME) Collegiate division [...]
Jeannie and Jack Thompson have made an unprecedented commitment to the Jazz Studies program at the University of Colorado Boulder — building $1.6 million in combined gifts to trigger a new $2 million program endowment.
Director of Jazz Studies John Davis gives a behind-the-scenes look at preparing for the 3rd annual Spring Swing.
Feb 20, 2013 University of Colorado Boulder Provost Russell L. Moore today announced the four finalists selected for the position of dean of the College of Music. The finalists for the position are: Wayne Bailey, professor of conducting and instrumental ensembles, School of Music, Arizona State University; David Myers, director, School of Music, University of [...]
The 19th Annual Summer Course in the Alexander Technique at the University of Colorado will be held July 8-12, 2013 in beautiful Boulder. Daily sessions run from 9:00 to noon. In addition to group instruction, each participant receives a private session with a member of the teaching faculty. This year, Ed Bilanchone and Amy Likar [...]
UPCOMING EVENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS: SPRING KEYNOTE GUEST: Greg Sandow “The Classical Music Crisis: how you can help,” on Wednesday, Jan. 30, 5:00 in C-199. Composer, educator, critic and writer Greg Sandow kicks off our Spring Semester with a provocative lecture and visits with students. Sandow has worked with orchestras and arts groups across the country [...]
For three days, from February 14th to 16th, 2013, the CU campus and the College of Music will open its doors to the guitar world. The CU Guitar Studio and the College of Music will present a unique, exciting and unprecedented event – The First CU International Guitar Festival & Competition. Guitar Instructor Nicolò Spera and [...]
UPCOMING EVENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS: SPRING KEYNOTE GUEST: Greg Sandow Composer, educator, critic and writer Greg Sandow kicks off our Spring Semester with a provocative lecture, “The Classical Music Crisis: how you can help,” on Wednesday, Jan. 30, 5:00 in C-199. Sandow has worked with orchestras and arts groups across the country on how to revitalize [...]