Spring Fling 2024 showcases rising student talent and mainstream acts

A celebration of spring and student camaraderie, the highly anticipated music festival included a line-up of student acts, Seldom Street, Strictly Platonic and VNA, and headliners such as Coco & Breezy, Dayglow and Swae Lee.

Kathy Sommers on sharing her wisdom with the next generation of musicians

The Grammy U Conference in New York City shared life-changing resources with up-and-coming artists.

Spirit, soul and song since 1973

The Yale Gospel Choir hosted its 50th-anniversary performance featuring alumni from across the country and decades.

Two student groups win Battle of the Bands

Students voted Seldom Street and Strictly Platonic to open 2024’s Spring Fling.

Vna globalizes the DJ scene at Yale

DJ Annie Nguyen ’25 brings a multicultural angle to her sets that inspires listeners to seek out new genres of music.

DPops at Woolsey: A symphony of Studio Ghibli, Bollywood, Star Wars and Nintendo

“In a Galaxy Far Far Away” premiered on Saturday at Woolsey Auditorium.

Feb Club nears its end

The month-long series of themed parties celebrating the graduating class has hosted bands like Public Discourse and Scerface.

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.

Connecticut-based musicians honor Dixwell’s jazz history at NXTHVN 

NXTHVN hosted an intergenerational jazz performance this past Thursday.

Jazz strikes a deadly chord at Redhot & Blue’s Murder Mystery Jam

Redhot & Blue’s “JAMbushed! A Valentine’s Day Murder Mystery” saw an overbooked house on Saturday night.

Romance still exists, Sarah Kang ’14 declares in her music 

In an interview with the News, Kang spoke on what has changed and what hasn’t in terms of her artistry, interactions with fans and views on love.