The Lamont School of Music at the University of Denver is widely recognized as a premier university music performance school. We are committed to academic excellence, innovative musical training and the skills and experience necessary to produce outstanding performing artists, composers, conductors, scholars and recording professionals. Curious, talented and ambitious students from across the nation and around the world experience a multi-genre curriculum, vibrant performances, creativity, scholarship and entrepreneurial skills preparing them to join professional arts companies around the world.
Our students, faculty members and guest artists perform on the concert and recital hall stages of the state-of-the-art Robert and Judi Newman Center for the Performing Arts. With more than 300 performances each year - including opera, musical theatre and concerts by 25 large and small ensembles - students build a diverse portfolio while at the university. At any given time, Lamont is home to fewer than 300 students, allowing all graduate and undergraduate students the opportunity to perform throughout their academic careers.
In Denver and the Rocky Mountain West, our students and faculty members experience one of the nation's world-class arts areas, performing at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts , area jazz clubs and with the Colorado Symphony , Denver Brass , Central City Opera , Opera Colorado , Aspen Music Festival , Bravo! Vail and others.
After graduation, our alumni continue to perform and learn at professional companies including the Metropolitan Opera, the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra and prestigious music schools including the Eastman School of Music, University of Southern California Thornton School of Music and The Juilliard School.
Whether you're a prospective student, an audience member or a potential donor - take a look at the Lamont School of Music.
The Spirituals Project will be joining the University of Denver's Lamont School of Music in the Fall of 2016. During this transition, please contact Lamont Director of Public Relations Chris Wiger for information or questions about the Spirituals Project. Chris.firstname.lastname@example.org 303 871-6499
The Piano Preparatory Program at Lamont is a community music program designed to bring outstanding piano education to children ages 6-11.