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
Thursday, October 6
Akropolis Reed Quintet
- Marc Mellits
- Willem Jeths
- Annika K. Soclofsky
- Jeff Scott
Masterclass immediately preceding the recital at 5:30 p.m. in Hamilton
- Hamilton Recital Hall
Monday, October 10
Indigenous Peoples' Day
Nothing Lives Long: Chief White Antelope's Song
The University of Denver welcomes George Levi, Creg Hart, Roger Davis, and Kendal Kauley, four Southern Arapaho and Cheyenne singers who keep Chief White Antelope’s song as a living historical source for their community, the generations that preceded them, and the generations yet to be born.
- Gates Concert Hall
Wednesday, October 12
Lamont Wind Ensemble
The Lamont Wind Ensemble presents a space-themed concert, including a piece by Eric Whitacre called “Deep Field.” The Lamont Chorale joins the group for this piece, which is also accompanied by video projection.
Also on the program is Luminosity for Brass and Percussion by Anthony di Lorenzo; Beyond by Wataru Hokoyama; and "Jupiter" from The Planets by Gustav Holst.
- Gates Concert Hall
"Lamont is going to give you the opportunity to really be heard as a musician."Ruby Pucillo, BA Jazz Voice
7:1 Student-to-Faculty Ratio
300+ Performances Per Year
43/16 States/Nations Represented
Lamont Vision & Mission Statement
Lamont Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Statement
Our graduates are Lamont's encore around the world. They are performing on stages from The Metropolitan Opera to London's West End, editing scores for major motion pictures and conducting in concert halls from Europe to South America.