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Author: Clay Evans

VIDEO The Kronos Quartet on ‘the special mystery of how a quartet communicates’

Kronos Quartet as a Dot Cloud

By Graham Roberts, Catherine Spangler, Leslye Davis and Jeremy White | The New York Times

The innovative musicians perform and discuss the special mystery of how a quartet communicates as part of an experiment capturing their sound and movement.

The Kronos Quartet will play at Macky Auditorium on the CU-Boulder campus Oct. 8. The program includes “Beyond Zero: 1914-1918,” a commemoration of World War I with a score by Aleksandra Vrebelov and film featuring long-lost archival war footage by Bill Morrison.

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Faculty Tuesdays

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Feb 20, 2018

Faculty Tuesdays

The Joy of Strings!
Free concert

The College of Music String Faculty collaborate with CU students to celebrate the joy of strings with a program of duos, a septet premier, and more. ...

CU @ The Dairy

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Feb 21, 2018

CU @ The Dairy

Worlds Around Us - John Gunther & Friends
Tickets start at $10

Join CU composer and saxophonist John Gunther for a musical journey exploring a fascinating potpourri of styles - a string quartet, jazz trio, electro...

CU Guitar Festival Winners

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Feb 22, 2018

CU Guitar Festival Winners

Silvui Ciulei, guitar, and Stephen Lochbaum, guitar
Free concert

The winners of the 2017 CU International Guitar Festival Competition, Silvui Ciulei and Stephen Lochbaum, return to Grusin Music Hall for an encore pe...