Yale hosts trans musicians in third installment of Yale Trans Visibility Series

Over forty students from across the country tuned into the third installment in the Yale Trans Visibility Series on Thursday night.  The event, which was […]

Yale Symphony Orchestra resumes in-person rehearsal

On Feb. 15, the Yale Symphony Orchestra, or YSO, resumed in-person rehearsals for musicians who are enrolled in classes on campus. Since the end of […]

Yale Opera collaborates with Presidential Visiting Fellow Howard Watkins

This semester, students enrolled in the Yale School of Music’s Yale Opera program have the chance to learn from Howard Watkins — pianist, conductor and […]

ARTIST PROFILE: Carol Jantsch, first woman to hold a principal tuba chair in a major US orchestra

Carol Jantsch, a professor at the Yale School of Music, is the youngest member of the Philadelphia Orchestra and first woman to hold a principal […]

Four Yale composers receive Charles Ives Scholarships

On Feb. 22, three School of Music students and one alumna — Udi Perlman MUS ’26, Joel Thompson MUS ’26, Frances Pollock MUS ’25 and […]

‘Wondrous strange’: Yale alumni present multimedia project based on Schubert’s music

Yale alumni Calista Small ’14, Jeremy Weiss ’15 and Max Sauberman ’18 are working on a multimedia project called “The Wandering” — inspired by the […]

ARTIST PROFILE: Composer Julián Fueyo MUS ’23 receives national recognition for ‘The Eleventh Heaven’

Composer Julián Fueyo MUS ’23 is intent on understanding modernity through ancient concepts. Following the premiere of Fueyo’s piece “El Onceavo Cielo,” or “The Eleventh […]

Yale Philharmonia resumes in-person rehearsals at limited capacity

This semester, the Yale Philharmonia — the School of Music’s main orchestral ensemble — will resume in-person rehearsals in a strings and percussion only capacity […]

‘Already a superstar’: Xavier Washington ’20+1 takes center stage singing at Yale and auditioning for American Idol

After an exciting music career at Yale, Xavier Washington ’21 has his sights set on the next big thing — American Idol. Washington is a senior […]

Music Haven presents virtual concert in third ‘Album Drop’

On Feb. 13, over 100 attendees virtually attended a concert hosted by Music Haven, a tuition-free music institution that provides musical instruments and lessons for […]

‘An Impressive Feat’: School of Music’s Octet Suite provides solution to COVID-19 restrictions

Last semester, the School of Music’s wind and brass players were unable to practice in ensembles, since their instruments prevented them from wearing masks while […]