Gamze Kazakoglu
Staff Reporter
Gamze covers music news for the Arts desk and writes for the WKND. She is a sophomore in Pauli Murray majoring in psychology and humanities.
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Students perform “Word Nerd” musical

The musical was staged at the Theater and Performance Studies Black Box.

Yale Camerata, Glee Club and Symphony Orchestra stage “Music in Common Time”

On Sunday, Yale Camerata, Glee Club and Symphony Orchestra presented a concert called “Music in Common Time” at Woolsey Hall, featuring pieces by Caroline Shaw, Johannes Brahms, Julia Wolfe and André Thomas.

Sotheby’s to auction 1852 Yale-Harvard regatta trophy oars

The oars were presented to the winning Harvard crew by General Franklin Pierce, the then-future U.S. President, in 1852 and were rediscovered approximately 30 years ago in Medford, MA.

A Day in the Life

It was supposed to be a regular Saturday. Wake up a few hours later than a weekday, take a quick shower, eat the regular Yale […]

UP CLOSE | Yale communities feel the pandemic’s effect on music making

Musicians at Yale shared how the pandemic impacted their psychological well-being and altered the nature of their music.

Visions from the Ketamine Hell: Please Don’t Have Surgery at the Yale Hospital

Until Monday, March 13, it had never occurred to me how dreadful the consequences would be — both mentally and physically — if I were […]

“Don’t Worry, It’s Okay”

Three weeks ago, four friends who had never hung out as a group decided to be reckless. Jaime, Aaron, Gamze and Mahesh—the YDN X WYBC […]

St. Thomas More Chapel holds “Vigil for Peace” concerts for Ukraine

On March 16 and 20 at 7 p.m., the St. Thomas More Chapel will hold benefit concerts to raise money for Ukraine.

Yale School of Music reopens to the public with “New Music New Haven” concert

On Thursday, School of Music students will perform pieces written by composition students and faculty composer Martin Bresnick.

Aminé to headline Spring Fling 2022

Japanese Breakfast, Masego, Sofi Tukker and Aminé will perform at Spring Fling, which will take place on Old Campus on May 2.

This Kind of “Once Twice Melody” Isn’t Released That Often

As all beautiful things do, this one too begins just like a fairytale. Harmony unites with disharmony, electronic marries synth-pop, yet it always feels peaceful. […]

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