This year is a milestone for the visual and performing arts at Colorado State University.
2018 is a milestone for the visual and performing arts at Colorado State University: It marks the 10th anniversary of the official opening of the University Center for the Arts.
The event features the University Center for the Arts in action, showcasing performance, studio, exhibition, classroom, design and clinical spaces.
From July 31 to Aug. 4, Colorado State University welcomes a one-of-a-kind, international piano competition and festival that gives Northern Colorado the exciting opportunity to hear extraordinary pianists from around the world.
The sixth annual Organ Week, a summer organ festival presented by the School of Music, Theatre and Dance at Colorado State University, takes place June 4-7.
The University Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Wes Kenney, will play two dance-inspired works this week: Edvard Grieg’s Symphonic Dances and Igor Stravinsky’s iconic Le Sacre du Printemps (The Rite of Spring).
During last week's evening rehearsal, the stage of the University Theater was filled with students singing their hearts out in a musical about a pertinent political dystopia where citizens need to pay to use the toilet.
The Colorado State University Wind Symphony 2017-2018 season highlights the University’s commitment to excellence through the "State of" series. And on April 16, the group is performing the final installment of the series, "State of Imagination."
Die Zauberflöte, German for “The Magic Flute,” is a classic opera making its way to the Griffin Concert Hall stage during the first week of April.
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.