The Colorado State University choirs are preparing for a thrilling performance on Friday, March 2, which includes the premier of a new piece by one of CSU’s very own. The Chamber Choir is performing an original work by Composition Professor Dr. James David. The piece, “Pilgrim Soul” includes guest artist Dr. Wesley Ferreria on clarinet, as well as a live electronics feature.
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Drenched in historic and relevant themes dealing with race relations and suppressed emotions, Colorado State University Theatre’s daring play Appropriate is fairly new and being performed in the region for the first time.
The Gregory Allicar Museum of Art has achieved accreditation by the American Alliance of Museums, the highest national recognition afforded the nation’s museums.
Colorado State University students Shannon Gerney, Emily Kaiser, and Julianna Williams prepare to bookend their time training with the dance department. Before they empty out their lockers for good, they will first take their combined 50 years of dance experience and construct a show from the ground up.
The work of Gerney, Kaiser, and Williams will be presented Dec. 8-9 in the 2017 Fall Capstone Concert at the University Center for the Arts.
From Organ Week to the Halloween Organ Extravaganza, there have been many special concerts performed on CSU’s beloved Casavant Organ this year with the latest coming up on Friday, Nov. 17 at 7:30 p.m. at the University Center for the Arts. The Organ Concerto Concert, performed by CSU Organ Professor Joel Bacon with the CSU Sinfonia conducted by Wes Kenney, is for anyone who wants to hear, and to be overwhelmed by, grand organ sonorities.