Alumni

Whether it be through connecting with alumni in your area, serving as an alumni mentor to current students, attending an alumni or campus event, or supporting music at CSU financially, your participation as alumni is deeply valued.

Welcome!

Music has always had meaning to our society – whether we are playing, creating, or listening – we engage with emotions and challenges inherent in the art form. At CSU, we are fortunate to have so many music alumni in the world today that are continuing this tradition.

The value of the music in education is often discussed and analyzed as to what skills our graduates hold, both on academic or vocational levels. Music education equips students with a spectrum of transferable skills that are of inestimable value in the workplace and beyond: high-end ability in collaboration, analysis, work ethic, empathy, innovation, and performing well under pressure.

The qualities to which many aspire in the work-force that are suitable for meeting the challenges of today’s economy are all those found in a music graduate. Whether they go on to professional careers in music or otherwise, our alumni cite their time here in music as leaving a lasting imprint on their lives and on their careers that have given them success.

As we continue this tradition here at CSU and around the globe, we want to connect with you – our CSU music alumni. Whether you graduated last year or many years ago, we want to hear your stories and connect with you. Please take some time to learn about what’s going on in the department these days, fill out our alumni survey, send us your Class Notes, and let us know if you plan to visit campus – we’d love to hear from you!

Alumni Events

Alumni News

December 2016 Class Notes

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Stuart Dameron, 2009 B.M. Music, 2011 M.M. Music After graduation, Stuart moved to Denver with newlywed wife, Lisa, and substitute taught in various school districts in the Denver area through the following year. In the fall of 2012 they moved to Fort Collins and Stuart served dual positions: Adjunct Professor of Music at CSU and […]

November 2016 Class Notes

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MacKenzie Mulligan, 2014, B.A. Theatre, is currently working full-time at the historical Barter Theatre in Abingdon, Va. where she serves as the Stage 2 electrician, and one of two lighting designers for the Barter Players. In her time at Barter, MacKenzie has worked with the electrics team to bring about some incredible shows including the […]

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