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The Death and Life of Berkeley College Orchestra: Part 2

The Berkeley College Orchestra staged a concert, A Voyage Through Sound, this Saturday in Woolsey Hall, their second concert with the new first-year and sophomore members.

Meet the 2022 Chubb Fellow: Hilary Hahn

Earlier this week, world-renowned violinist Hilary Hahn was welcomed to Yale as the 2022 Chubb Fellow.  The Chubb Fellowship is awarded by Timothy Dwight College […]

Karen Brooks Hopkins to educate on the world of arts administration

On Wednesday, Apr. 13, former Executive Director of the Brooklyn Academy of Music Karen Brooks Hopkins will give a talk at the Yale School of Management about her experience in arts administration.

ARTIST PROFILE | Common Room Concert: Alaman Diadhiou ’23 and New Legaxy turn Thursday night into Friday

Singer and upcoming Spring Fling performer Alaman Diadhiou ’23 performed in the Benjamin Franklin college common room this past Thursday night alongside band New Legaxy.

“Trick Mirrors”: Trumbull students host experimental joint piano and poetry concert

On Tuesday, Elisabetta Formenton ’25 and Sarah Feng ’25 performed a 45 minute experimental piano and poetry concert where audience members created their own art in conversation with the music and poetry created by the performers.

Yale alumni represent School of Music at the 64th Annual Grammy Awards

Yale School of Music alumni, faculty and students claim four Grammy wins and 27 nominations.

Yale School of Music reopens to the public with “New Music New Haven” concert

On Thursday, School of Music students will perform pieces written by composition students and faculty composer Martin Bresnick.

Aminé to headline Spring Fling 2022

Japanese Breakfast, Masego, Sofi Tukker and Aminé will perform at Spring Fling, which will take place on Old Campus on May 2.

Collection of Musical Instruments plans for major renovation

The Morris Steinert Collection of Musical Instruments — a leading institution that acquires, preserves and exhibits musical instruments from antiquity to the present — is […]

“New Music New Haven” to feature music by faculty and students

This Thursday, School of Music students will perform pieces written by faculty composer Christopher Theofanidis and composition students Udi Perlman MUS ’26, Jack Frerer MUS ’22, Matiss Cudars MUS ’23 and Lila Meretzky MUS ’22.

PROFILE: Former New York Times chief classical music critic Anthony Tommasini ’70 MUS ’72 reflects on decades of writing

Anthony Tommasini ’70 MUS ’72, a writer, pianist, Yale alumnus and former chief classical music critic for the New York Times, retired over two months […]