A Festival Within a Festival: Music of Today

A Festival Within a Festival: Music of Today

photo of composer Timo Andres by Michael Wilsonstory by Kyle MacMillan Soon after Peter Oundjian took over as Music Director of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra in 2004, the Canadian-American conductor started an annual two-week festival dedicated to music by living...
Tessa Lark: A Violinist Beyond Genre

Tessa Lark: A Violinist Beyond Genre

story by Kyle MacMillanphoto by Lauren Desberg Many classical artists regularly cross into other musical genres and vice versa… …with each style enhancing and enriching the other—think trumpeter Wynton Marsalis (jazz), string player Rob Moose (indie rock)...
Remembering Louise Christopher

Remembering Louise Christopher

Today (Monday, April 4), our offices are closed so that the staff and faculty may attend the memorial service of Louise Christopher, our beloved friend and colleague. More than 20 years ago, Louise joined the board of the Rocky Mountain Center for Musical Arts and...
Tubas Can Sing, Too! (2022 Family Concert)

Tubas Can Sing, Too! (2022 Family Concert)

Family-Favorite Performance Company Really Inventive Stuff Returns with Tubby the Tuba & Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra  By Natalie Clare Dreaming big and having the courage to chase those dreams is important for everyone — even tubas! Tubby the Tuba...

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Festival Fellows

Meet the Festival Fellows: eight aspiring professional musicians who receive coaching and performance opportunities through the Festival and its guest artists.

Center for Musical Arts

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