Phoebe Liu
Staff Reporter
Phoebe Liu was a Public Editor for the Managing Board of 2023 and Managing Editor for the Managing Board of 2022. She previously covered the School of Music as a staff reporter. Phoebe graduated from Trumbull College with a degree in Statistics & Data Science and was an Education Studies Scholar and Yale Journalism Scholar.
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Polonsky-Shifrin-Wiley trio performs New Haven debut

Three musicians — pianist Anna Polonsky, clarinetist David Shifrin and cellist Peter Wiley — sat on Sprague Hall’s stage. In the moments before they began […]

Yale Undergraduate Chamber Orchestra presents Refractions

Small, soft snowflakes fall from clouds. A gentle wind blows them, and they spiral in unpredictable patterns before settling onto the ground. Composer, singer and […]

André J. Thomas appointed to Institute of Sacred Music

Inspired by the choir conductors in his local Baptist church, a four-year-old André J. Thomas once donned his mother’s choir robe, sat down at a […]

Berman to present all-Romantic program

Russian-born classical pianist Boris Berman — who has held concerts in over 50 countries and recorded 20 albums — will fill Morse Recital Hall with […]

Omer Quartet to take on Carnegie Hall

Silence filled the room. Then, two notes, equal in pitch and duration, resonated through Sudler Recital Hall, followed again by instant silence. Melodic fragments and […]

Yale alums form Kaleidoscope Vocal Ensemble

On Sept. 18, 10 professional musicians — including five Yale alumni — representing a diverse array of ethnic and racial backgrounds performed their debut concert […]

Philharmonia to play Debussy, Szymanowski and Prokofiev

A soft flute solo opens Claude Debussy’s “Prelude a l’apres-midi d’un faune” — “Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun.” One by one, the remaining […]

Courtesy of Bob Handelman
School of Music hosts alumni reunion

The Yale School of Music will host around 150 of its alumni this Thursday and Friday for the first alumni reunion in 13 years to […]

Courtesy of Yale School of Music

A violinist stands up from her seat and recites dramatic lines about murder from Shakespeare’s “Macbeth.” She sits down and the recitation morphs seamlessly into […]

Schola Cantorum to perform Mozart, Brahms

On Dec. 5, 1791, Austrian composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart died while composing his Requiem. The sole completed movement, the Introit, was performed at his funeral […]

William Westney presents Un-Master Class

Professors, undergraduates and School of Music students danced around the Blocker Rehearsal Room this Monday, mirroring each other’s gestures, passing a colorful ball around the […]