School of Music students found new orchestra

Students from the Yale School of Music have formed a new chamber orchestra.


Joke ticket wins race in Harvard UC elections

Designated the "joke ticket" by The Harvard Crimson, their campaign is centered on the promised of tomato basil ravioli soup served daily in the dining halls, thicker toilet paper for all, and “divesting from gender neutral weekend shuttles.”


Academics probe nature of humanity

Defining “what makes us human” is no easy task, according to speakers at Friday’s Veritas Forum.


Whelan discusses career, dance

At a Tuesday evening Master’s Tea, New York City Ballet principal Wendy Whelan described herself as a dancer, not a prima ballerina. In front of a crowd of roughly 30 members of the Yale community, director of the Yale dance studies curriculum Emily Coates ’06 GRD ’11 — Whelan’s friend and former colleague at the […]


Student teachers make a Splash at Yale

From Survival Skills 101 to Introduction to Japanese, students in middle school and high school were able to take a variety of eccentric courses taught by Yale undergrads at last Saturday’s Splash at Yale. Splash at Yale is a student-run organization that allows Yale students to teach classes each semester on any topic of their […]


Eclectic ensemble enters second season

Theorbos, baroque bows, a babbling tenor and a barefoot soprano played a role is dedicated to the performance of eclectic and under-performed works for larger chamber groups


Undergrad jazz culture grows

The jazz movement at Yale that was reawakened last year has not lost steam: Jazz is here to stay.


Jazz fest promotes genre at Yale

This week marks Yale’s first jazz festival — a three-day long event, beginning Friday afternoon, was organized by the Yale undergraduate Jazz Collective


Bach, reinterpreted

Wednesday night, School of Music composers will add a contemporary twist to the music of Bach in collaboration with the Yale Baroque Ensemble.


TSQ says farewell to Yale

The internationally renowned Tokyo String Quartet gave a farewell performance to the Yale community last Tuesday evening, Jan. 23, in Morse Recital Hall.


SCHNEIDER: Perform or study?

When it comes to majoring in music, the extensive theoretical prerequisites and requirements for the major can be a significant deterrent to students wishing to pursue performance after graduation.