Tobias Liu
Staff Reporter
Tobias Liu covers the School of Music and the undergraduate music scene. He is a sophomore in Trumbull College from Johns Creek, Georgia majoring in Economics and Molecular Biology.
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World-renowned pianist Emanuel Ax to perform Beethoven and Schoenberg

Eight-time Grammy-winning classical pianist Emanuel Ax will perform a sold-out concert of Beethoven and Schoenberg on Wednesday in Morse Recital Hall as part of the Horowitz Piano Series.

Opera superstar Renée Fleming dazzles in weekend residency

World-renowned vocalist Renée Fleming performed a recital, taught a masterclass and led a public “Music and Mind” forum with Yale professors Laurie Santos and AZA Allsop last weekend at Yale.

Faculty pianist Melvin Chen to explore memory through Medtner, Wu, Schumann and Grieg

Melvin Chen, faculty pianist at the School of Music, will explore memory through a program of Medtner, Wu, Schumann and Grieg in the fourth concert of the Horowitz Piano Series.

JACK Quartet performs Catherine Lamb’s ‘divisio spiralis’ in Schwarzman Dome

The Grammy-nominated JACK Quartet, famous for their championship of experimental string quartet music, performed Catherine Lamb’s “Divisio Spiralis” in the Schwarzman Center Dome on Friday evening.

Boris Berman to perform Mozart, Debussy, Schoenberg and Prokofiev

Head of the piano department and long-time faculty member Boris Berman will perform the second concert of the Horowitz Piano Series on Wednesday evening.

Tracing the origins of the Horowitz Piano Series ahead of this year’s season

The News looked into the Horowitz Piano Series, from its inception to Vladimir Horowitz’s relationship with Yale, and offers a preview of the 2023-2024 season.

Yale Philharmonia opens season with Mahler’s Symphony No. 3

The Yale Philharmonia performed Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 3 with the Yale Glee Club and the Elm City Girls’ Choir in Woolsey Hall.

Emerson String Quartet bids farewell to Yale

Widely considered one of the defining string quartets of their time, the Emerson String Quartet, which will disband in October, performed a final University concert to a sold-out crowd in the Morse Recital Hall.

Classical comedy violin duo TwoSet Violin performs on campus

TwoSet Violin, a classical comedy violin duo, delighted students with a performance and Q&A on Thursday night at Sheffield-Sterling-Strathcona Hall.

José García-León appointed dean of the School of Music

The School of Music welcomed José García-León as the new dean of the School of Music, marking the end of Robert Blocker’s nearly three-decade tenure as the Henry L. and Lucy G. Moses Dean.

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.