Allison Park
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OTYC presents “The Tender Land”

Set during the Great Depression, rural Midwesterner Laurie Moss is on the brink of her high school graduation. But when she meets Martin, she falls […]

New Music compositions to premiere in Beinecke

This Thursday, Yale College New Music will premiere six compositions by Yale undergraduates in a program titled “Chamber Music Galore V.” The performance — which […]

JE first year wins Oscar

Awkwafina and John Mulaney ripped open the red envelope and leaned into the microphone. Their next words would mark an unforgettable moment in Sophie Ascheim’s […]

Philharmonia to perform Dvorak in Sprague Hall

This Friday, principal conductor Peter Oundjian will lead the Yale Philharmonia in a performance of Zoltán Kodály’s “Dances of Galánta,” Antonin Dvorak’s Symphony No. 6 […]

Yale Opera to perform Tchaikovsky in Shubert Theatre

Once a year, Yale Opera stages a full production at the Shubert Theatre, complete with costumes, set and a pit orchestra. This year’s production is […]

Cross Campus Episode 6: Inside the Yale Admissions Machine

In this episode, we dive into what happens behind closed doors at the Yale Admissions Office. Listen in on an exclusive interview with Jeremiah Quinlan, […]

From the world stage to Yale: YSM’s Brentano String Quartet

Serena Canin, a violinist in the Brentano String Quartet, admits that she’s had an unconventional career: Her professional environment has consisted of the same group […]

Brentano String Quartet performs dynamic program

On Tuesday, the Brentano String Quartet, Yale School of Music’s ensemble-in-residence, presented a well-attended program titled “Lamentations” in Morse Recital Hall. The approximately 90-minute performance […]

Courtesy of Ian Christmann
“Where’s Rocky II?” to show at YUAG

Somewhere in the heart of the Mojave Desert, one can find contemporary artist Ed Ruscha’s forgotten work of art — a resin rock sculpture called […]

Philharmonia to perform Beethoven, Shostakovich

On a Sunday morning in January of 1905, several thousand working class Russians approached the Winter Palace Square in St. Petersburg. They hoped to peacefully […]

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Serkin to perform Mozart, Bach

On Wednesday evening, Yale School of Music visiting professor of piano Peter Serkin will perform a program comprising of Johann Sebastian Bach’s “Goldberg” Variations as […]