University | 2:16 pm | April 17, 2013 | By Josh Mandell

Woo ’12 MUS ’13 awarded Gates Scholarship

Naomi Woo ’12 MUS’13 has been awarded the Gates Scholarship for postgraduate study, a prestigious award that will fully fund her pursuit of a M. Phil in music studies at Cambridge University. Woo’s will join two other Yalies, Matt Shafer ’13 and Rachel Kurchin ’13, who were announced as Gates Scholars last February. As a Canadian, »

Culture | 7:41 pm | February 27, 2013 | By Sarah Swong

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 »

University | 9:42 pm | January 13, 2013 | By Sarah Swong

Alums raise $15k for experimental classical-music theater show

It was a Happy New Year for composer Stephen Feigenbaum MUS ’13, director Charlie Polinger ’13 and playwright Matthew George ’11. On New Year’s Eve, the three reached their Kickstarter fundraising goal of $15,000 to push forward an experimental classical-music theater show that will go up this February. The Kickstarter campaign raised $15,773 with 187 »