“There are classes that apply to any interest in music that you may have from modern technology to the history of opera.”
Daniel Silver, clarinet; Yoshi Ishikawa, bassoon; and David Korevaar, piano perform Trio Pathétique in D Minor (Glinka) on the Faculty Tuesday Series.
40th Parallel, the Graduate Woodwind Quintet at the CU-Boulder College of Music, performs during the Faculty Tuesday concert January 22, 2013.
Christina Jennings just returned from Havana, Cuba where she presented a concert and master class with the Philadelphia new music ensemble: Orchestra 2001. The concert was sponsored by Havana’s 25th Festival of Contemporary Music which took place at the “Basilica Menor del Convento de San Francisco de Asis.” The program included George Crumb’s “Dream Sequence” [...]
Judith LeClair and Jonathan Feldman will be in residency at the College of Music from October 25-28.
Three chamber ensembles, all of differing instrumentation, have been accepted to compete with top musicians from across the country in the Fischoff Chamber Music Competition. Based on audition materials and applications, the Zenobia Quintet, the Flatirons Brass Quintet and the Tesla Quartet have all been accepted into this illustrious competition. Taking place from May 11-13 [...]
The Aakash Mittal Quartet, led by Aakash Mittal (BM 2007, saxophone), received the ASCAP/Chamber Music America award for Adventurous Programming of Contemporary Music for jazz ensemble in January in New York.
Take an informal video tour of the CU-Boulder College of Music
This Fall the College opened a new facility for the research and production of oboe and bassoon reeds, the Bettina Baruch Reed Room.
Congratulations to all prize winners!
Gary Lewis, Conductor of the CU Orchestra, talks about the exciting upcoming season and beyond.