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December 9, 2021
The most recent round of applications to the Yale School of Music closed on Dec. 1. Final decisions will be released by March 2022.
This Thursday, the School of Music will perform “Overture to Egmont, Op. 84” by Ludwig van Beethoven, “Poem for Orchestra” by William Grant Still, “Symphony No. 1” by Samuel Barber” and “Tuba Concerto” by Wynton Marsalis with Carol Jantsch as the solo tubist.
November 17, 2021
The Davenport Pops Orchestra is back to an in-person season, bringing innovative ways of abiding by University health guidelines and a Halloween concert that blends music and on-stage performance.
November 10, 2021
The Yale Symphony Orchestra returned to an in-person Halloween Show format this year with modern and classical pieces accompanied by a silent film.
November 1, 2021
The Yale Center for British Art has redisplayed a painting of the University’s namesake after investigating the identity of an enslaved Black child depicted in the portrait.
October 27, 2021
Last Friday, YSM performed “The Oak” by Florence Price, “Symphony No. 6, H. 343 “Fantaisies symphoniques” by Bohuslav Martinů and Antonin Dvořák’s “Cello Concerto in B minor” with Christine Lee as the solo cellist.
October 25, 2021
The Yale Concert Band will host a concert today featuring music that spans continents, cultures and styles. This show is both the YCB’s first in-person […]
October 8, 2021
Bored of Netflix’s cheap popular culture? Tired of the cliche endings of Hollywood cinema? To the point where even the soundtracks — which nowadays are […]
October 7, 2021
The 2020 Whiffenpoofs, one of Yale’s most renowned singing groups, released their new album after a nearly 15-month delay due to the coronavirus pandemic. Along […]
October 6, 2021
On Friday, Sep. 24 in Woolsey Hall, Yale Philharmonia gave its first in-person concert since before the COVID-19 pandemic began, with music by Maurice Ravel […]
September 29, 2021