This week in Boulder music

Former CU student brings tour to Boulder

Trace Bundy, a former University of Colorado Boulder doctoral student and engineering professor, and Korean guitarist Sungha Jung will be at the Boulder Theater on November 19 as a part of Bundy’s tour. It’s an honor for Jung, now 20, who has been playing Bundy’s music since the age of 10.

Cantabile Singers opens season in Boulder

The Cantibile Singer will open their 2016-2017 season with a “Choral Heritage of the United States” on SUnday at the Congregational Church, located at 1128 Pine St.

The show will be $15, $13 for seniors, and $5 for students.



Brian Stone makes his debut as conductor for the singers, which is sure to be a hit for the crowd.

Boulder ballet and symphonic orchestra perform the “Nutcracker

“Gentle Nutcracker” will be performed by the Boulder Ballet and the Boulder Philharmonic on Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Mackey Auditorium.

The show will be a sensory-friendly shortened version of the famous “Nutcracker” that we’ve all known. The cost is $20, and tickets can be found here.


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