Yale to host Russian music residency
This Friday, the Yale Philharmonia will collaborate with one of Russia’s most renowned conductors as it prepares to play iconic works from more than a century ago.
Exhibit explores technology in architecture
In an upcoming exhibition, the Yale School of Architecture gallery will be home to a variety of revolutionary contraptions, including a morphing wall that can read the “digital mood” of the room.
School of Music launches new degree programs
Earlier this month, the School of Music announced the creation of two programs, the Master of Musical Arts degree and the Artist Diploma. Both programs are now available to applicants for the 2015–16 academic year.
Artist talks gender, research process
Simon spoke to roughly 30 students, faculty and local community members about a variety of topics, including her recent projects, the importance of research in art and the experience of being a woman in the visual art world.
Stern poised to retire
After nearly two decades of leadership, School of Architecture Dean Robert A.M. Stern ARC ’65 is reportedly planning to step down.
Yale Opera kicks off season
To open its season, the Yale Opera put on an exhibition of humor, misfortune and romance as it performed several of history’s most iconic pieces.
YSO show to headline Halloween weekend
At the stroke of midnight this evening, those lucky enough to have secured a ticket to the Yale Symphony Orchestra’s most popular performance of the year will enjoy a night of music, humor and excitement, as prepared by their peers.
Allen Forte, pioneer of music theory, dies
Allen Forte, a former music theory professor at Yale and an internationally renowned leader in the field, died in his Connecticut home on Thursday morning. He was 87.
John Adams to conduct Yale Philharmonia
The Yale School of Music welcomed the famous composer and conductor John Adams earlier this week for a weeklong residency that will culminate a concert with the Yale Philharmonia.