With 48 musicians, CU composer Jordan Holloway remotely premieres his symphony, a powerful, refreshing take on American patriotism.
CU musicians Asha Romeo and Eli Harvey use music as activism in the Black Lives Matter movement.
If we don’t stop exploiting animals everywhere, COVID-19 is just the beginning.
CU Boulder’s David Korevaar has recorded 22 Beethoven piano sonatas in 22 days and has 10 more to go.
The Dairy Arts Center goes online with the “Free Range Dairy,” connecting Boulder’s community to the arts during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As the Boulder Philharmonic struggles financially from canceled events, the orchestra is determined to support its musicians and community.
CU composition major Dianna Link wants to raise awareness of female composers in a male-dominated field.
Chicago jazz guitarist, Joel Paterson will bring the holiday spirit to the Fox Theater Dec. 8, opening for JD McPherson.
CU Professor Jackson Crawford, who translated the Old Norse runes for “Frozen 2,” shares his experience working for Disney.
In 1974, six Chicano activists, some CU students and some alumnus, died in car bombings. Now, a new memorial remembers the stories of Los Seis.
Dusty Slay, known for his “dry, country comedy,” will be coming to Boulder in August, 2019.
In an exclusive interview, the CUI hears from CU alum Judy Choi about her and her niece, Phoenix Brown’s, new debut poetry book on being Chinese Americans.
The project is giving representation to women and people of color in the Boulder community through new Wikipedia pages.