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Spring 2022 Re-enrollment Begins Nov 1

We're looking forward to the spring term, especially because we have a new, streamlined re-enrollment process. Here is what you need to know: Re-enrollment begins November 1. Current students will receive an email on Nov. 1 with details on how to re-enroll for the...

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Fall 2021 Covid Protocols

Fall 2021 Covid Protocols

Updated September 9, 2021 On September 2, the Boulder County Health Department updated their health and safety guidelines, issuing a new mask recommendation. At this time the Center for Musical Arts will respond in the ways described below. The Center for Musical Arts...

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Summer Reads: 5 Musical Books to Fall in Love With

Summer Reads: 5 Musical Books to Fall in Love With

Kathy Kucsan, Education Director Even though Summer 2021 feels like a brand new world of in-person music-making and reuniting (and hugging tightly!) friends we haven’t seen in a while, there’s still going to be time to read. I found a few of these books during Covid,...

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Faculty Highlight: Max Mondzac

Faculty Highlight: Max Mondzac

The Center for Musical Arts has a variety of talented teachers that teach several different classes. In this interview, we sat down with Max Mondzac, who teaches guitar, ukulele, and banjo at the Center. Watch or read to get to know more about Max, his background in...

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Summer 2021 Covid Protocols

Summer 2021 Covid Protocols

Updated May 21, 2021 On May 16, Boulder County moved to Covid-19 Level Clear status, which will remain in effect through August 16. We are so excited to be able to respond in the ways described below. The Center for Musical Arts is requiring all faculty and staff...

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Faculty Highlight: Katie Couch

Faculty Highlight: Katie Couch

The Center for Musical Arts is proud to work with knowledgeable faculty with unique backgrounds. In this interview with Music in Motion instructor Katie Couch, we explore the goals behind Dalcroze Eurhythmics and how it helps kids learn music through movement. Watch...

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Class Highlight: Intro to Jazz Improv with Rex Spease

Class Highlight: Intro to Jazz Improv with Rex Spease

This interview is part of an ongoing series highlighting specific classes available through the Center for Musical Arts. To browse current and upcoming classes, visit these pages: lessons and classes for adults | lessons and classes for youth. Watch the interview or...

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3 of the Best Reasons to Take Music Lessons

3 of the Best Reasons to Take Music Lessons

Kathy Kucsan, Education Director Are there only three reasons to take piano (or trumpet or flute or banjo) lessons? Of course not! There are hundreds of great reasons, such as enjoyment, expression, self-fulfillment, reaching goals, fostering discipline, being...

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Faculty Highlight: Rex Spease

Faculty Highlight: Rex Spease

The Center for Musical Arts is proud to work with knowledgeable faculty with unique backgrounds. In this interview with saxophone, clarinet, flute, and jazz improv instructor Rex Spease we explore Rex's military and rock band backgrounds, the importance of...

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