FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION
Grammy-winning faculty member to perform violin recital

At a Sunday afternoon concert in the Morse Recital Hall, YSM professor Augustin Hadelich plans to perform Bach and the blues.

Musician Bryce Dessner serves as Schwarzman Center’s first artist-in-residence

As the Schwarzman Center’s first artist-in-residence, Dessner will collaborate with different artists, engage in public performances and engage in workshops with the Yale community.

Entrepreneurship in art course brings together business and arts students

The course was designed to give students a first-hand insight into the lives of entrepreneurs in the art market.

PROFILE: Organist Gumbs blends worlds through a declining art

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

School of Music Dean Robert Blocker to retire in August 2023

In a Wednesday message to Yale community members, University President Salovey announced that Dean of the Yale School of Music Robert Blocker will retire in August 2023.

Yale School of Art applications close for 2022

The most recent round of applications to the Yale School of Art closed in January. The committee will review applications in February.

Yale School of Art eliminates course fees

Following the removal of course and facility fees for art classes, the School of Art aims to promote equity and openness within the art major.

School of Music applications approach record total

The most recent round of applications to the Yale School of Music closed on Dec. 1. Final decisions will be released by March 2022.

Yale’s archive for Holocaust testimony opens European office

Yale Library’s Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies is collaborating with the Vienna Wiesenthal Institute to make the archive more accessible for European scholars and researchers.

Michael Yaffe retires as associate dean of the Yale School of Music

Associate Dean Yaffe reflects on his 15 years at the School of Music following his retirement on Oct. 31.

Yale Professor wins 2021 MAAH Stone Book Award for her history of Black, feminist sound

From Bessie Smith to Béyonce, Black feminine sound has significantly contributed to the foundation of American music. According to Daphne Brooks — an award-winning author […]