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February 1, 2011

Graduates of the Yale School of Music are all over the news lately. A few highlights:

Vesselin Todorov ’09MM, ’10AD

We’ve got a new acronym: YSMA = “Yale School of Music alum.” Read Daniel Stephen Johnson’s take on the Ecstatic Music Festival – curated by Judd Greenstein ’04MM – and its wealth of YSMA participants.

Vesselin Todorov ’09MM, ’10AD is named the new violist of the Harrington String Quartet; members of the quartet also are employed as members of Amarillo Symphony and as faculty at West Texas A&M University.

Rosemary Kimura Hatch ’81MM and Richard Hatch (a graduate of  Yale College) open the Hatch Academy of Magic and Music.

Third Coast Percussion performs, with group member David Skidmore ’08MM.

The New York Times writes about the baroque ensemble Rebel, directed by Karen Marie Marmer ’89MM.

The Day reviews the Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra, including Kathryn Salfelder‘s (’11MM) “appealing” new orchestral work Dessin No. 1.

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