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
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
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.