Announcing the Michael McGoldrick Matching Gift Campaign
The Lamont School of Music has an unprecedented opportunity to realize up to $8 million this fall to enhance students’ musical education, thanks to a $4 million matching campaign.
An Extraordinary School, University & Arts City
With a world-class faculty and concert venues, the Lamont School of Music is widely recognized as a premier music school. Students from across the world audition to study at Lamont, where they gain the skills and experience necessary to succeed in today’s dynamic arts world. Our commitment to excellence includes a multi-genre curriculum and award-winning performers engaging with audiences from across the Rocky Mountain West.
Our students experience and participate in Denver’s unrivaled metropolitan arts environment, where professional performing arts companies offer inspiration and performance opportunities. Our graduates pursue professional careers as outstanding performing artists, composers, conductors, entrepreneurs, recording professionals and scholars.
Whether you are a prospective student, an audience member or an arts supporter, we welcome you to Lamont and invite you to explore our website.
Lamont Concerts & Events
Friday, February 3
Faculty Artists Recital Series: Jeremy Reynolds & Friends
Jeremy Reynolds, Professor of Clarinet at Lamont, will be joined by pianist Margaret McDonald and cellist Alice Yoo. Streaming option available!
- Hamilton Recital Hall
February 3, 10, and 17
Jazz at Lamont
Upcoming Jazz concerts include:
Jazz Guitar Ensemble
February 3 at 5:0 p.m.
February 10 at 5:00 p.m.
Abbott & Barbosa Small Groups
February 17 at 7:30 p.m.
- Various locations
Tuesday, February 7
Lamont Symphony Orchestra
The LSO will perform a piece called “Phase D” by J.J. Holllingsworth, a Lamont graduate who is of Native American descent. Also on the program is the Symphony No. 2 by Chevalier de Saint-Georges, a Black contemporary of Mozart’s, and the Schumann Konzertstück for 4 horns and orchestra featuring David Byrd-Marrow and three of his superstar horn colleagues from around the country. The concert concludes with Mozart’s Symphony No. 40 in G Minor.
- 7:30 p.m.
- Gates Concert Hall
Thursday, February 9
Guest Artist Recital: Andrew Wilder, guitar
Wilder was born into a musical family with 10 brothers and sisters who have all studied classical music extensively, and with parents who are both professional classical musicians. He has performed and studied throughout Europe, the United States, and South America. As a soloist, Wilder has been the recipient of awards including first prizes in the Senior Guitar competition of the Society of American Musicians, the International Tennessee Guitar Competition, and the Art of Strings international competition.
- Hamilton Recital Hall
"Lamont is going to give you the opportunity to really be heard as a musician."Ruby Pucillo, BA Jazz Voice
The Spirituals Project
The Spirituals Project is a community organization dedicated to preserving and revitalizing the spirituals, through musical, educational, and social justice work in our community.
7:1 Student-to-Faculty Ratio
300+ Performances Per Year
43/16 States/Nations Represented