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Colorado State University Pueblo Choir to perform at 80th Colorado Music Educators Association Convention in 2024

Release Date: December 06, 2023

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The Colorado State University Pueblo Choir is proud to announce their upcoming performance at the 80th Colorado Music Educators Association (CMEA) Convention at the Broadmoor in Colorado Springs. This is a milestone for the choir as they are eligible to perform at the CMEA Convention once every eight years. The CSU Pueblo Choir performance is set for January 26, 2024 at 4:30 p.m. in Broadmoor Hall B.

The choir will perform “American Credo,” an original composition from CSU Pueblo Professor of Music Dr. David Volk. The work incorporates text from Justice Kennedy’s Obergefell decision and "Borderlines," an impactful piece composed by Mari Esabel Valverde, a trans composer hailing from Texas.

“These selections underscore the university's commitment to diversity and inclusivity and highlight the rich tapestry of voices of the Pueblo community,” CSU Pueblo Director of Choral Activities Dr. Jennifer Bruton said. “We're honored to showcase our talented students in front of a statewide audience and grateful for the chance to perform and represent our institution and community at this conference."

The conference is a renowned gathering of music educators and enthusiasts from across the state of Colorado. It provides a unique platform for showcasing the remarkable talents of student musicians and choir members.

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