“From our first encounter with the school we knew this was some place special. When we pulled in front of his dorm during his freshman semester volunteers directing traffic were accommodating and friendly, we were even served cold lemonade as it was a hot day!”
Just in time for Halloween, Monster Party performed by the CU violin studio.
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The CU Bassoon Studio performs Daniel Kellogg’s Canticle of Earth
Thanks to Hsing-Ay Hsu for compiling this information. To send your new for future updates, email email@example.com. Danny Schade BM/2008/Percussion, BME/2008/Elementary General Private lesson teacher, Substitute teacher, Freelance drummer/composer. His first album was just released: “Predestination and Other Games of Chance… the Soundtrack.” Featuring music from his scoring of the podcast-audio-drama, Antithesis. Available at jdsawyer.net. Danny [...]
CU’s Pendulum New Music Series is celebrating its 10th birthday this Spring.
Dina Bodaubay’s Trio on the Pendulum Series December 1, 2010.
Michael Theodore‘s ensemble Psychoangelo’s new recording Panauromni has been named a top ten classical album of 2010 by Time Out Chicago. The recording has also been receiving airplay on various college radio stations in the United States, and on BBC’s Radio 3. Theodore co-composed all of the pieces on the album as well as performing [...]
Hsing-ay Hsu, director of Pendulum New Music, just released her new CD, Barber Centennial. This album features Samuel Barber’s Piano Sonata and his Piano Concerto (which won him a Pultizer Prize), recorded in Moscow with the Russian Philharmonic Orchestra. Samuel Barber is one of the most lyrical and poetic 20th century composers, and helped to define [...]
October 27, 2010 in Grusin Music Hall
CU-Boulder musicians perform Greg Simon’s “Rant” (2009) on October 14, 2009