Marisol Carty
Staff Reporter
Marisol Carty was Arts Editor from 2021-2022 and previously covered Music. She double majors in Economics and Philosophy.
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Yale Symphony resumes full orchestra rehearsals

After a year of unconventional, strings-only rehearsals the Yale Symphony Orchestra has finally returned to normal conditions — save for a few restrictions.

2021 Windham-Campbell Festival to take virtual format, span two months

The annual Windham-Campbell Festival featuring the nine Windham-Campbell Prize recipients will be virtual this year, but will also include unique content and span two months.

Yale Schwarzman Center opens its doors

Yale students were introduced to the Schwarzman Center with lunch in Commons on Wednesday and will now be able to experience the center’s many gathering spaces and arts offerings.

Collection of Musical Instruments receives major gift from museum founder’s great-great-grandson

Yale’s Collection of Musical Instruments originated in 1900 when piano dealer Morris Steiner donated an extensive collection of keyboard instruments to the University. More than 120 years later, Steinert’s great-great-grandson Timothy Steinert ’82 and his wife Lixia Zhang gave a major donation to the collection.

Morris Steinert at one of his clavichords.
Schwarzman Center to open in fall 2021, serve as a center for community life and the arts at Yale

Beyond including several spaces for students to gather together, the Schwarzman Center also plans to be a hub for the arts, offering new art galleries and performance spaces and a dance studio.

School of Architecture Indigenous Scholars named inaugural residents at Center for Architecture Lab

A student group at the Yale School of Architecture has just been invited to be the inaugural residents at a new residency program at the Center for Architecture in New York City.

Portraits of Gallegos and Sutton
Yale Opera presents virtual duets showcase

On April 19, students in Yale School of Music’s opera program showcased a series of recorded performances of pieces by composers such as Georges Bizet, […]

Philharmonia presents first livestreamed concert of the semester

On the wide stage of Woolsey Hall, 23 masked string musicians sat 6 feet apart with their instruments as they performed the Yale Philharmonia’s first […]

Ellington Jazz Series features Black Art Jazz Collective in its sole concert this year

On April 11, the Ellington Jazz Series featured the Black Art Jazz Collective — a jazz sextet founded in 2012 — in its only concert […]

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Schola Cantorum presents four virtual performances for Holy Week

Throughout this week, the Yale Schola Cantorum is releasing four virtual choir recordings to celebrate Holy Week and Easter. The Yale Schola Cantorum, sponsored by […]