01.24.10 – Colorado State University associate professor of oboe and bassoon, Gary Moody, had two proposals accepted for presentation at the International Double Reed Society 2010 Conference in Norman, Oklahoma on June 22-26. At the annual convention Dr. Moody will present research on double reed tuning titled Improving Intonation: Understanding what it Means to be […]
01.15.10 – Colorado State University brings a musical focus to its partnership with East China Normal University, or ECNU. Located in Shanghai, ECNU has partnered with CSU on a number of important initiatives including remote sensing research and student exchange. The partnership between CSU and ECNU is now expanding in a new direction to include […]
11.13.09 – Colorado State Univeristy Instructor of Music Therapy Sarah Johnson, was awarded the prestigious American Music Therapy Association (AMTA) Professional Practice Award at the AMTA national Conference in San Diego on November 13, 2009. The Professional Practice Award recognizes “a significant contribution to the profession by utilizing special skills and/or knowledge in therapeutic practice, […]
The Colorado State University Department of Music is proud to announce that Wes Kenney, full professor of music and director of orchestras at CSU, received the 2009 Outstanding Teacher Award from the Colorado American String Teachers Association, Inc. The award was presented during the 26th Annual Western States Honor Orchestra Festival held at Monfort Concert […]
11.10.09 – Colorado State University piano alum, Miroslava Mintcheva won the 12th Simone Belsky Piano Competition in Hartford, Connecticut on November 8, 2009. The competition began with a preliminary round by recording, and culminated in four elite pianists traveling to Hartford for the finals. Following a performance of three flawless Scalatti sonatas, the tour-de-force final […]
On Sept. 19, 2009, the CSU Marching Band will collaborated with special guests, the Dirty Dozen Brass Band from New Orleans, on a halftime show that Rams fans won’t soon forget! Read the full story about the project.
08.29.09 – Colorado State University assistant professor of composition and music theory, James David, won the Dallas Wind Symphony 2009-2010 Brass Fanfares Competition for his original composition, Pavillons en l’air. The fanfare was selected from 96 submissions to the annual international competition from the United States, UK, China, South Korea, New Zealand, Brazil, Norway, Czech […]