In The Green Room: April 2017

It’s The Green Room’s anniversary! Our creatively crafted and responsibly delivered online showcase of all things performing and visual arts at Colorado State University is now two years old. As you continue to engage with the arts at CSU, we hope our free, story-telling solution continues to be a part of the mix. Click here […]




In The Green Room: Wow, I’ve Got Nothing…

The Green Room is the University Center for the Arts’ online magazine. Click here to check it out and “follow” us today! December 2016: As I put keyboard to paper this month, my first thought is “Wow, I’ve got nothing…” As I stare at this practically blank page, I realize that this way of thinking […]



A CSU Marching Band Alum’s Tribute to Hughes Stadium

~Written the morning of the final game at Hughes Stadium on Nov. 19, 2016 by Jennifer Clary Jacobs In a way, you could say it’s all because of Hughes Stadium… The Fuller family moved to Colorado in the early seventies when my dad, Fred, held football coaching positions, first at University of Colorado, then at […]




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Accuracy Is Everything In Practice

“Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything.” ~ Wyatt Earp An interesting person to quote for today’s post, but very applicable to our lives as musicians because it relates to how we practice. How do we become accurate and consistent? It’s by practicing slower. Our brains and our muscles need time to process an activity, […]


Through the Lens of Art

Today was a day off for Fortress Brass, so our host, Irina, sent a driver to take us to some of the sights in St. Petersburg that are not within walking distance. Before we left, though, we walked to see the Kazansky Cathedral. This massive Russian Orthodox church was built in the early 1800s to […]