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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New Music New Haven series kicks off

Faculty and students from the School of Music will take the spotlight this Thursday at the first concert of this academic year’s New Music New […]

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A Meditation on Disappointment

My back presses down against hard curved letters that spell “disappointment” and tries to dent — or rather, deform — them. I’m about to sleep, […]

Six Yale Affiliates receive 2019 MacArthur Fellowship

26 individuals — six with Yale connections — from various academic and professional disciplines received a life-changing phone call on Wednesday from the MacArthur Foundation. […]

Brentano Quartet concert highlights poet Wallace Stevens

A grainy, faraway voice emanated from a dim stage: “Ariel was glad he had written his poems, / They were of a remembered time / […]

Philharmonia to perform Mozart, Mahler

A solo trumpet issues a fanfare that evolves into a funeral march: so, begins Gustav Mahler’s Fifth Symphony. In Woolsey Hall on Friday, Sept. 20, […]

“A Hero for Daisy” tells story of coeducation in Yale Athletics

On March 3, 1976, the 19 members of the Yale women’s crew team marched into the Yale athletics office and read a statement criticizing the […]

Hannah Lash, loadbang perform in Sprague Hall

On Tuesday, Yale School of Music composition professor Hannah Lash MUS ’12 and New York City–based new music chamber ensemble loadbang performed two of Lash’s […]

“Boiler Room, London Studio”: A Recreation of Place

Orange, strong and monochrome, stares me in the eye in direct conflict with an otherwise empty room with blank white walls and wood floors. Light […]

Omer Quartet named new fellowship quartet

Over the summer, the School of Music announced that the Omer Quartet — which includes violinists Mason Yu and Erica Tursi, violist Jinsun Hong and […]

Music library exhibit celebrates Clara Schumann

Though she remains one of the most influential musicians of the 19th century, Clara Wieck Schumann is relatively unknown as a musician and composer. Historically, […]

“…And More”: A future for New York’s Governors Island

A short ferry ride away from Manhattan and Brooklyn, Governors Island is an ever-evolving location, a military base turned public tourist destination with an ambiguous […]