It is that time of year again!
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.
Colorado State University Theatre Professor Laura Jones is taking on a play unlike any she has done in her career.
From Nov. 9 to 11, dance students at the UCA will show audiences a piece of their life, performing dance works from classes department-wide.
Colorado State University’s School of Music, Theatre, and Dance presents Xerxes, written by George Frideric Handel, Oct. 26-29
The CSU Department of Economics is hosting the eighth annual Western States Graduate Student Workshop on Oct. 21.
J Day returns to campus Oct. 19, bringing about 1,300 high school journalists and 100 of their advisers from more than 70 high schools around the state.
One of America’s most influential philosophers, Martha Nussbaum, will deliver two lectures at Colorado State University Nov. 10 in the Lory Student Center Theater.
Colorado State University will have a strong presence at the Fort Collins Book Fest, an event bringing together an impressive group of writers, poets, musicians and music insiders from across the country on Oct. 21.
On Oct. 18, members of the Fort Collins community will have an on-campus opportunity to see the virtual reality documentary produced by CSU alumni about the work of Ethnic Studies Associate Professor Eric Ishiwata and his students in the eastern Colorado town of Fort Morgan.