It was a full summer for the Colorado State University Clarinet Studio.
Graduation from college is special. Students spend four or more years pursuing a degree that will catapult them forward into their professional lives. But what makes alumni legends in the workforce are those additional endeavors they undertake.
Forty-seven children from Todos Santos and four children from Colorado attended the 2016 Kids Do It All program at the Colorado State University Todos Santos Center – the university’s nonprofit international outpost for research, teaching and engagement in Baja California Sur, Mexico.
In Fall 2016, American tenor John Carlo Pierce will join the music faculty at Colorado State University as an assistant professor of voice.
Aided by an award from the GRAMMY Foundation® Grant Program, two School of Music, Theatre and Dance professors at Colorado State University are set to lead a study on musical creativity in children with autism spectrum disorder.
Paul Metz will be retiring from the School of Music, Theatre and Dance at the end of the fall semester after 30 years at CSU.
Several CSU departments will celebrate International Book Day — and the 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare and Miguel de Cervantes — with a host of events at the Morgan Library on Friday.
On April 27-30, the Colorado State University School of Music, Theatre and Dance will host its first Alumni Dance Celebration, a reunion of dancers from as far back as the mid-1970s.
The collective masterful sounds of the annual combined concert at CSU this week will captivate and inspire anyone who attends