Do You Hear What I Hear? Maximizing the artistic quality and educational value of recording your ensemble
Led by College of Arts & Media faculty member Scott Burgess
A quality recording of your ensemble can be a great learning experience. By focusing on the process and not just the end product, your students will open their ears and minds, and make valuable progress as musicians and as an ensemble. Join producer Sam Pilafian, engineer Scott Burgess, and conductor Eric Rombach-Kendall to see what it takes to make the most of the recording experience.
The LYNX National Arts and Media Camps are two-week residential programs for high school students on the University of Colorado Denver campus. The LYNX Camps are sponsored by the CU Denver College of Arts & Media. The camps began in 2014 with the successful Summer Music Industry Program (SMIP) Camp. We’re excited to announce that for 2015 the camps have been rebranded as the LYNX National Arts & Media Camps and expanded from one program to four programs:
Digital Animation and 3D Graphics
Music Industry (Singer/Songwriter, Recording Arts, Music Business, Performance/Ensembles)
The 2015 LYNX Camps will take place from June 14th-26th. Courses will be taught by talented CU Denver College of Arts & Media faculty members in our state of the art facilities. Leading professionals from the Denver community and beyond will provide guest lectures. In addition to customized instruction in an academic program of choice, students will have the opportunity for integrative experiences across the five program areas. The evening activities will consist of cultural, recreational, team building, and co-curricular programs.
CAM parents who made the trip to Denmark: (l. to r.) Sue and Jay Wallingford (Christopher) and Cheryl and Rob Kimmel (Emma)
MIX and parents resting between the sound check and the competition/performance. This was taken in the lobby of the beautiful Musikhuset Aarhus
Dr. Linda Overholser (Anschutz Medical Center University of Colorado Denver), and members of MIX (who serenaded her).
Dr. Linda Overholser, a member of the College of Arts & Media Dean’s Advisory Council along with Dr.Jay Wallingford.