Andrew Kahn
Beinecke hosts Venetian music

Four hundred years before Rick Steves, artists and composers in Venice labored to make the City of Canals a destination for visitors from around the […]

Classical Indian musicians perform, reflect

On Tuesday night, North Indian classical musicians Rabindra Goswami and Ramchandra “Ramu” Pandit performed at Battell Chapel in the third stop on their latest tour […]

Beinecke acquires only known copy of lost O’Neill play

To its vast collection of Eugene O’Neill documents, the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library has added another treasure – “Exorcism,” a one-act play that […]

REVIEW: Bjork “Biophilia” app brings it

Yearning to hear Björk sing about the harmony of our “yoo-nee-verss,” the moon, crystals, anxiety, thunder, and menstrual cycles? There’s an app for that. The […]

Orchestra branches out

With four residential college orchestras, the Yale Symphony Orchestra and the School of Music’s Philharmonia, it might seem that Yale already has a glut of […]

Science writing professor talks tapeworms over dinner

On Monday, Sep. 26, science writer and Morse College fellow Professor Carl Zimmer ’87 gave a Masters’ Tea on “Contagion” — the movie, but also […]