Ballet show to honor Woodard
This week, Yale ballet dancers will perform in honor of former Calhoun Dean and fellow dancer Leslie Woodard.
New quartet to take residence at School of Music
Members of the Yale School of Music community will soon be exposed to a new perspective on chamber music. The School of Music officially appointed the Brentano String Quartet as the school’s new quartet-in-residence earlier this month. Brentano’s predecessor, the Tokyo String Quartet, retired this year after 37 years of residence at the school. As »
Music lecturer promotes community outreach
Ever since musician Sebastian Ruth joined the School of Music as a visiting lecturer this fall, his broad portfolio of work in community outreach through music has proven a strong asset to the Music School’s community. Ruth has been nationally recognized for his work as founder and director of Community MusicWorks — a public service »
YDT announces spring 2014 project
Yale Dance Theater announced last night that its spring 2014 project will focus on the work of postmodern dance pioneer Trisha Brown.
Music and Drama come together for gala
At a gala celebrating the Beinecke's 50th anniversary, students from the School of Drama and School of Music collaborated to showcase the library's collection.
Belly dancers combat hunger
On April 5, the Yale Belly Dance Society will perform its annual “Hips Against Hunger” belly dance show, which raises funds for New Haven’s Downtown Evening Soup Kitchen.
‘Arthur’ mixes ballet and myth
The April 5 debut of the ballet “Arthur" will mark the first time the story of King Arthur and his court at Camelot are performed as a ballet.
Dance lab takes the stage
In one Yale laboratory, experiments are performed on the researchers by the researchers themselves.