Tobias Liu
Staff Reporter
Tobias Liu covers music at Yale. He is a first-year in Trumbull College from Johns Creek, Georgia.
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Augustin Hadelich, Yale Philharmonia perform concert

On Thursday night, the Yale Philharmonia performed Brahms’ Violin concerto with Augustin Hadelich in addition to a new critical edition of Bruckner’s Seventh Symphony created by Paul Hawkshaw.

Dallas Symphony Performs Negrón and Tchaikovsky at Woolsey Hall

Led by Music Director Fabio Luisi, the acclaimed Dallas Symphony Orchestra performed at Woolsey Hall on Tuesday evening.

Grammy-winning violinist Hilary Hahn visits Yale as artist-in-residence

Hilary Hahn, one of the most acclaimed solo violinists in the world, visited Yale and met with student musicians this week as part of her college residency.

The Yale Record premiers parody sequel of Citizen Kane

On Saturday, the Yale Record premiered a parody sequel to the 1941 film “Citizen Kane.”

School of Music program traces Antonin Dvorak’s legacy in American music

Brentano String Quartet, the quartet-in-residence at the Yale School of Music, will perform a concert of American music Tuesday evening.

Formerly incarcerated individuals collaborate with Yale students in musical performance project

Naomi Wilson sat at a keyboard, soft chords floating underneath her words — words read by a Yale student to her left.  “How can we […]

Academy Award-winning composers kick off Shen Curriculum’s master class series

Bobby Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, co-writers of the songs featured in “Frozen,” “Coco” and “WandaVision,” discussed their careers in the theater and entertainment world in Stoeckel Hall on Friday.

PROFILE: Organist Gumbs blends worlds through a declining art

Spotlight on concert organist and Director of Chapel Music Nathaniel Gumbs.