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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DPops confronts procrastination with virtual concert

On Sunday, Feb. 14, the Davenport Pops Orchestra is set to release a procrastination-themed concert called “DPops meets the Deadline” at 8:30 p.m. DPops is […]

YUJC kicks off new jazz lessons program

Last month, the Yale Undergraduate Jazz Collective organized a pilot program offering free jazz lessons to a set of Yale undergraduate students from all musical […]

Over two dozen Yale affiliates nominated for 2021 Grammy Awards

The 2021 Grammy Awards list of nominations, announced in late November, includes 28 Yale affiliates. Each year, the Grammys recognize notable musical artists, recordings and […]

Madeline Sayet appointed to the New England Foundation for the Arts Board of Directors

Last month, Madeline Sayet, executive director of the Yale Indigenous Performing Arts Program, was appointed to the New England Foundation for the Arts Board of […]

Artspace awarded ‘2020 VIA | Wagner Incubator Grant Fund’

Last week, Artspace New Haven was named a recipient of the “2020 VIA | Wagner Incubator Grant Fund” awarded by VIA Art Fund and the […]

Ben Beckman ’24 embarks on a voyage

During his leave of absence, composer Ben Beckman ’24 is co-producing an album that he hopes will break the boundaries of typical jazz music. The […]

Toil!’s new EP invites listeners to a night out

An undergraduate band called “Toil!” — composed of Luca Scoppetta-Stern ’23, Dani Zanuttini-Frank ’22, Jason Altshuler ’23 and Cameron Berg ’23 — released its first […]

Yale School of Music utilizes Woolsey Hall with safety protocols

Woolsey Hall’s 2,560 seats have remained largely vacant this semester as the pandemic put the majority of live performances and rehearsals on pause. Several music […]

School of Music composers’ works merge the personal and the political