Montana State University

College of Arts & Architecture

Montana State University
P.O. Box 173700
Bozeman, MT 59717-3700

Tel: 406-994-4405
Fax: 406-994-3680
caa@montana.edu

Dean:

Nancy C. Cornwell, PhD

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Moira Keshishian
Director of Development
mkeshishian@montana.edu

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Upcoming CAA Events

  • Denine LeBlanc, Piano Monday, January 26, 7:30pm Monday, January 26th, 2015 from 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm at Howard Hall, Reynolds Recital Hall

    Dr. Denine LeBlanc will present a concert of contemporary and classical works for piano. The concert will include the Montana premiere of Saints Rising, a work by MSU faculty composer Carrie Leigh Page.

  • 406 Woodwind Quintet with Laurel Yost, piano Tuesday, January 27, 7:30pm Tuesday, January 27th, 2015 from 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm at Howard Hall, Reynolds Recital Hall

    The 406 Woodwind Quintet, made up of MSU faculty, will perform as a quartet, a quintet, and a sextet with Laurel Yost in Reynolds Recital Hall. Featured will be the Jean Francaix Quartet, the famous Sextet by Francis Poulenc, Six Cuban Lullabies by Ignacio Cervantes, and Eric Ewazen's Roaring Fork with slides of Colorado.

  • School of Music Seminar: Paul Rudy, Composer Thursday, January 29, 11:00am Thursday, January 29th, 2015 from 11:00 am - 12:00 pm at Howard Hall, Reynolds Recital Hall

    The MSU School of Music welcomes guest performing artist and composer, Paul Rudy, with a public lecture in Reynolds Recital Hall on Thusrday, January 29th at 11:00 am in Howard Hall, Reynolds Recital Hall. Paul Rudy has been called "The High Priest of Sound" and "Sage." He has composed for orchestra, film, electronics and guided improvisation, in addition to a practice of performing, sound meditation/healing, and facilitating workshops on all manner of sound as sacred activity. His work plays in the sounds of Mother Earth: balancing conservatory training with shamanic practices and subtle energies, which guide his performance and composition.

We welcome you to explore the creative and rigorous environment of the College of Arts and Architecture. Our nationally-accredited and recognized programs in the Arts, Architecture, Film, Music and Photography offer a rich array of academic experiences, research opportunities and creative activities unique to our region and vital to our world. Architecture students address local, regional and global challenges; art students exhibit in local galleries and create award-winning graphic design; music majors perform in regional cultural events; and film and photography students explore and document nearby Yellowstone National Park’s rare natural wonders. Investigate further on-line and visit us to learn more!

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