A^2 to remix a capella

A group of musicians plans to reinvent live a cappella performance with the help of sound manipulation software.

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‘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.

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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.

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In ‘Abyss,’ an ‘Odyssey’ of sight and sound

A new show this weekend asks audiences to imagine the end of the world as part of a journey through classical music.

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Organ recital highlights Yale’s strength

On Friday, Michael Salazar MUS ’13 will perform his degree recital on one of the world’s finest organs — the Newberry Memorial Organ in Woolsey Hall.

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New endowment to fund School of Music fellow

A new endowment in honor of University President Richard Levin and DUS of Directed Studies Jane Levin will fund visiting artists looking to teach or support programs at the School of Music. In an effort to recognize the Levins’ dedication to the arts, the School of Music Board of Visitors has established an endowment supporting […]

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Undergrad opera breaks new ground with ‘Castor et Pollux’

Nearly 70 Yale College students will come together this week to resurrect a show last performed in America before most of them were born.

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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.

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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.

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Lane ’14 wins YSO concerto competition

On Saturday, Chelsea Lane ’14 won the Yale Symphony Orchestra’s 2013 William Waite Concerto Competition and will be playing a harp concerto with the YSO next year. The annual competition draws freshmen, sophomores and juniors every year to audition with 10-minute excerpts from concertos. Three local judges who are not members of the Yale faculty serve […]

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Musicians launch large chamber music collective

On Saturday night, an unusually large chamber music collective will give its debut performance.

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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.

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