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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YUAG to exhibit “Recent Acquisitions” on Friday

A new Yale University Art Gallery exhibition composed of the museum’s acquisitions during the pandemic displays a selection of 50 works from the more than 1000 acquired by the Gallery in 2020 and 2021.

Yale Undergraduate Jazz Collective sits down with the Black Art Jazz Collective to celebrate Black History Month

The Yale Undergraduate Jazz Collective interviewed the Black Art Jazz Collective over Zoom about rehearsals, interpersonal dynamics and the influence of Black history and culture on their music.

Yale Opera and Yale Philharmonia to stage joint concert

On Friday, Yale Opera will present a gala concert with Yale Philharmonia featuring opera music by Bizet, Donizetti, Gounod, Massenet, Mozart, Rossini and Verdi.

“New Music New Haven” to feature music by faculty and students

This Thursday, School of Music students will perform pieces written by faculty composer Christopher Theofanidis and composition students Udi Perlman MUS ’26, Jack Frerer MUS ’22, Matiss Cudars MUS ’23 and Lila Meretzky MUS ’22.

Yale School of Art applications close for 2022

The most recent round of applications to the Yale School of Art closed in January. The committee will review applications in February.

YSM students give tuba recital

On Monday, YSM tuba students Vivian Kung and Bridget Conley performed “Sonatine for Tuba and Piano” by Jacques Castérède, “Nocturne, Op. 7” by Franz Strauss, “Adagio from The Limpid Stream, Op. 39” by Dmitri Shostakovich and James Grant’s “Three Furies for Solo Tuba.”

No Dubbing from Now On: A Winter Break on Italian Films

You’ve taken your first-level language course at Yale, and you wanted to have some fun with it. So, Italian—the beautiful language of rhythmic resonance — […]

Living a Life in the Norwegian Wood: Isn’t it Good?

“I once had a girl Or should I say She once had me   She showed me her room Isn’t it good Norwegian wood”   […]

School of Music applications approach record total

The most recent round of applications to the Yale School of Music closed on Dec. 1. Final decisions will be released by March 2022.

Yale Philharmonia concert to preview not-yet-premiered Marsalis Concerto

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.

DPops kicks off the season with in-person concert and “mini orchestras”

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.