A^2 to remix a capella
A group of musicians plans to reinvent live a cappella performance with the help of sound manipulation software.
‘Orlando’ highlights role of Greek chorus
"Orlando" explores questions of professional, gender and romantic identity through the story of a man who turns into a woman during a life that spans five centuries.
Expressing the human condition through color
Contrary to his appearance, an artist dressed in a monochromatic scheme of dark blue denim spoke about the expressive range of color at an Ezra Stiles Master’s Tea on Tuesday.
Hendrie to see 2014 renovation
Four years after the onset of the recession prompted Yale to halt plans for the renovation of Hendrie Hall, administrators said they hope construction will begin in May 2014.
Yale Opera takes on bel canto
Yale Opera will perform Vincenzo Bellini’s “I Capuleti e i Montecchi,” its first bel canto opera, this weekend at the Shubert Theater.
Tokyo Quartet leaves behind legacy
On Tuesday night, the legendary Tokyo String Quartet gave its final New Haven performance after 37 years at the School of Music.
Students aim to develop jazz culture
Late on Saturday night, computer science professor and Saybrook College Master Paul Hudak, New Haven bassist Jeff Fuller and Harvey Xia ’16 came together as jazz musicians.