CSU Theatre invites campus and community audiences to watch "The Resistible Rise."
Continuing the tradition of collaborating choirs, the Chamber Choir and Concert Choir make their debut with a guest appearance from the Colorado State University Concert Orchestra on Friday, March 3.
Called “commandingly elegant” by the New York Times hardly draws a single thought of risk. Sounds of over 125 bells glide off walls at the hands of the quartet Third Coast Percussion, but there could have been silence if the quartet had not decided to embark on a full-time performance adventure four years ago.
In honor of Black History Month, on Tuesday, Feb. 28, the American West Program of CSU’s Public Lands History Center will present a screening of Midnight Ramble: Oscar Micheaux and the Story of the Black Film Industry.
The Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising’s Spring 2017 exhibitions highlight pieces from its extensive permanent collection of historic apparel and as well as exceptional recent work by student designers. The exhibits include fashions made from recycled materials, bridal attire across many decades, and notable designer garments adorned with floral motifs.
Throughout the 2016-17 school year, the Colorado State University Wind Symphony has honored active-duty and veteran military, police, fire and medical services at each of their performances, playing music that reflects on various world conflicts.
On Feb. 25, Colorado State University’s most talented undergraduate vocalists come together to compete to win the coveted title of “Singer of the Year” in the University’s 13th annual competition of the same name.
Jeremy Vallerand, president & CEO of Rescue: Freedom International, will be speaking at the College of Business on Feb. 13.
The Gregory Allicar Museum of Art presents "Music in the Museum," a new series exploring the cross-fertilization between music and the visual arts.
The Colorado State University Symphony Orchestra, led by Maestro Wes Kenney, will give what is sure to be a fascinating concert on Wednesday, Feb. 8, with some of the university’s best percussion, string and wind players performing.