Tickets

Tickets available three months before each event at the Carnegie Hall box office (57th St & 7th Ave), online at carnegiehall.org, or CarnegieCharge: 212 247-7800

Ticket Prices
Standard $25
Seniors $20
Students $15 with ID at the box office

YSM Alumni
Visit music.yale.edu/alumni for special offers


Past Seasons

“…many magnificent evenings of inventive programming…”
New York Times


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Yale in New York

“The Yale School of Music has established a formidable presence with its Yale in New York series at Carnegie Hall… presenting inventive programs of mostly new or unusual works.”
– Allan Kozinn, New York Times
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The Yale in New York concert series celebrates the exciting collaborations that are the heart and history of the Yale School of Music. Under the artistic direction of David Shifrin, the series has presented YSM faculty, alumni, and student performers in adventurous repertoire.

Programs often focus on a creative theme, such as the tradition of the concertante repertoire or the classical legacy of Benny Goodman. Several programs explore Yale’s own musical history, including the music of Paul Hindemith (a member of the faculty 1940–1953) and voices recorded by the Oral History of American Music project at the Yale Libraries.

2016–2017 Season

  • Yale Choral Artists Preview Concert
    Yale in New York
    Sat | Sep 24 2016 | 7:30 pm
    St. Mary's Church
  • Yale Choral Artists
    Yale in New York
    Sun | Sep 25 2016 | 4:00 pm
    See listing for location
  • Brentano and Friends
    Yale in New York
    Sun | Sep 25 2016 | 7:30 pm
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  • Brass of Yale Preview Concert
    Yale in New York
    Tue | Nov 29 2016 | 7:30 pm
    Morse Recital Hall
  • Brass of Yale
    Yale in New York
    Sun | Dec 04 2016 | 7:30 pm
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  • Beethoven Winds
    Yale in New York
    Thu | Apr 13 2017 | 7:30 pm
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About

The Yale in New York concert series showcases dynamic collaborations between the Yale School of Music’s remarkable faculty, students, and alumni. This season, the series features music by the iconic composers whose work defines the Classical and early Romantic periods and those who today are creating the masterpieces of tomorrow.