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ETHOS: Exploring Equity Through Music

This past summer, three faculty members from the Music Department participated in the Unidos Equity Leadership Retreat, with three other members having attended previous retreats. A major question that has arisen is, how do we best serve the mission of this university, and our students as we prepare them for meaningful careers in the 21st […]

Winterreise: Franz Schubert’s Song Cycle

Leon Memorial Hall / Performed by Adam Klein, tenor William Lipke, piano Alana Dylan The Paw Print I attended the Winterreise concert at Leon Memorial Hall on Saturday September, 21 2014 at 7pm. I wasn’t quite sure what to expect since it has been quite some time since I attended a music event. In actuality, […]

La Musica de la Gente II Concert is April 10

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT Linda Relyea (Institutional Advancement) 719-587-7827 Andrea Benton-Maestas (Lifeways) 719-587-8333 ALAMOSA (April 1) – As part of the “Lifeways of the San Luis Valley” lecture series, the Adams State University Title V Hilos Culturales presents the La Musica de la Gente II Concert, with Frank McCulloch, at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 10, […]

Evening with Our Stars event is April 4

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT Linda Relyea (Institutional Advancement) 719-587-7827 Tammy Lopez (Foundation Office) 719-587-7609 ALAMOSA (March 13) – Music, comedy, food, chemistry – the Adams State University Foundation “Evening with Our Stars” event will fundraise money for student scholarships. The gala affair begins at 5 p.m. with an open bar cocktail hour followed at 6 […]

Alamosa Live Music Association Hosts Concerts

Heather Driedger The Paw Print ALMA is kicking off their 2014 membership drive with the annual “ALMA and Friends” benefit concert set for 7 p.m., Saturday, February 8, at the Bistro Rialto in Alamosa. You can sign up to become a member at the show and get in for free, or pay the general admission […]

The Mutual Harmony Between Music and Physics

Nathan Crites-Herren The Paw Print Music and Physics may seem like diametrically opposed fields, but for those who apprehend the underlying concepts of these disciplines it is not hard to recognize that in many ways music and physics create a symbiotic relationship.  On Oct. 19, Associate Professor of Physics, Robert J. Astalos, Ph.D.  and Music […]

Richmond Brothers

Reggie Thompson The Paw Print Musician brothers Jim, Ed, and Don Richmond, sons of the late former vocal professor Edward Richmond played in front of a sold out crowd in The Leon Memorial Concert Hall on October in celebration of the release of their new CD “Roots and Branches.” 

Maroon 5’s New Album “Hands All Over” Fires Up the Charts

Toni Ortivez The Paw Print Are you ready for some fist pumping good times? For all the music lovers who just can’t wait to hear a beat that will get them out of their seat, Maroon 5 has released a new album. This new set of tunes will leave you wanting even more from the […]

Percussion Spectacular Started With a Bang and Ended With Bob Marley

Samantha Saville The Paw Print Dr. Doyle along with the students of Adams State College, the Rocky Mountain Pan Handlers, and a special performance by the San Luis Valley Community Steel Drum Band put on a truly spectacular performance in Richardson Hall on December 2. The night started with the ASC Percussion Ensemble performing “Bonham” […]

US Air Force Acedemy Band Performs in Leon

Cody Schuman The Paw Print The United States Air Force Academy Band performed a live concert last Saturday night in Leon Recital Hall. The Stellar Brass ensemble performed a “Day of Brass,” featuring music from a number of different styles, including folk, orchestral, Dixie, and many others. is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet