Cellist Patrick Jee ’03MM won a position with the nation’s oldest orchestra, the New York Philharmonic, last November. Jee, who has been lauded as “spectacular” (American Record Guide) and a “virtuosic tour-de-force” (New York Concert Review), will also be a featured guest soloist in the Yale Cellos’ 30th anniversary performance on April 10, 2013. Patrick [...]
“Dazzlingly well-disciplined.” – New York Times The Yale School of Music celebrates the 30th anniversary of Yale Cellos in a concert on Wednesday, April 10. Founding director Aldo Parisot will lead the Grammy-nominated ensemble in music from the baroque to the present day, including pieces by Vivaldi, Ravel, Tchaikovsky, Mussorgsky, Veracini, and others. Four virtuoso [...]
On December 5 the music world, and in particular American music, lost one of its great artists. Dave Brubeck‘s distinctive voice changed the landscape of jazz in this country and beyond. One of Brubeck’s lifelong friendships was with Aldo Parisot, Professor of Cello of Yale and one of Yale’s longest-serving faculty members. This relationship began [...]
The Yale Cellos perform on April 11. Watch this featurette on the ensemble.
“Dazzlingly well-disciplined.” – New York Times The Yale School of Music presents the Grammy-nominated Yale Cellos in their popular annual concert on Wednesday, April 11 at 8 pm in Morse Recital Hall (located in Sprague Hall at 470 College Street, New Haven). Aldo Parisot will lead the ensemble that he founded in a diverse program [...]
The Yale Cellos premiere a new work by Ezra Laderman and perform favorites from Bach to Brubeck on April 20
The Yale School of Music presents the annual concert by the Grammy-nominated Yale Cellos on Wednesday, April 20 at 8 pm in Morse Recital Hall (located in Sprague Hall at 470 College Street, New Haven). The diverse program will feature music from the baroque to the present day, with pieces by Bach, Grieg, Stravinsky, Bright [...]
Music by Bach, Barber, Brubeck, & more, plus a world premiere by composer Angel Lam ’11AD The Yale School of Music presents the Grammy-nominated ensemble The Yale Cellos in its eagerly-anticipated annual performance on Tuesday, April 20, 2010 at 8 pm in Sprague Hall (470 College Street, New Haven). Aldo Parisot will conduct the ensemble [...]
Yale Cellos View photographs of two sold-out concerts by the Yale Cellos with director and founder Aldo Parisot. The concerts, which took place at Yale and in Carnegie Hall, honored Aldo Parisot’s 50th year on the Yale School of Music faculty. All photos by Vincent Oneppo.
In anticipation of the Yale Cellos’ upcoming performances, a variety of newspapers have published stories about Aldo Parisot and the ensemble he founded back in 1983. Now celebrating his fiftieth year on the faculty of the Yale School of Music, Parisot leads the Yale Cellos in two concerts this week – tonight in New Haven [...]
The Yale School of music celebrates Professor Aldo Parisot’s fifty years on the faculty with a concert featuring the Yale Cellos on Monday, April 20 at 8:00 p.m. in Morse Recital Hall in Sprague Hall (470 College St, New Haven). In his astonishing career, Aldo Parisot has been a star soloist, renowned chamber player, and [...]
Event will feature spoken tributes and performances by colleagues and students The Yale School of Music presents a memorial concert in honor of Jesse Levine on Sunday, February 22 at 4 pm in Battell Chapel, 300 College Street in New Haven. In addition to spoken tributes and remembrances will be performances by Levine’s former colleagues [...]