Concerts in New Haven and New York mark the 50th anniversary of the death of the former Yale professor The critically-acclaimed Yale in New York series presents PAUL HINDEMITH: MASTER AND PRANKSTER on April 25 in New Haven and April 28 in New York. The program marks the 50th anniversary of the death of the prolific composer and former [...]
Concert includes a world premiere by Matthew Barnson ’12DMA The Yale School of Music and the Yale in New York concert series present “Serenade and Metamorphosis,” a program celebrating the tradition of the instrumental serenade. Concertmaster Ani Kavafian will lead an ensemble of fellow faculty as well as alumni and student string players. The concert [...]
Due to the coming storm, tonight’s Yale in New York concert has been cancelled. We are very sorry for any inconvenience. The School of Music, Carnegie Hall, and the performers hope to reschedule the concert for a future date.
NYC-ARTS, television’s weekly primetime arts and culture showcase for the tri-state area, spotlights the Yale in New York series tonight (October 18, 2012) at 8 pm. The segment will focus on the opening concert of the 2012–2013 season, which features the Tokyo String Quartet alongside faculty colleague Ettore Causa, viola, and YSM alumni the Jasper [...]
“Many magnificent evenings of inventive programming.” — The New York Times Yale in New York, the concert series directed by David Shifrin, announces its 2013–2013 season. At the center are celebrations: of composers, performing artists, and musical forms. Four concerts presented in Zankel Hall and Weill Recital Hall explore the deep, creative, and exciting collaborations [...]
Yesterday, the Yale in New York series presented De Profundis: Music for Low Instruments, featuring student, alumni, and faculty performers. The concert presented instruments like the cello, tuba, bassoon, and sackbut in music from Schütz to Bruckner to Penderecki. Enjoy this slideshow of photos from the concert, which one early review has deemed “Deep, dark [...]
The Yale in New York concert series, directed by David Shifrin, closes its 2011-2012 season with De Profundis: The Deep End, a concert of music for low instruments. The bassoon, tuba, trombone, cello, double bass, and sackbut all take center stage in this performance. Faculty performers – including Frank Morelli, bassoon; Scott Hartman, trombone; Donald [...]
The Yale in New York concert presented two events at Carnegie Hall this December: Vocal Britain (Dec. 4, 2011) and Prokofiev’s Piano Sonatas (Dec. 11, 2011). View a slideshow of selected images.
The Yale School of Music is pleased to announce the updated program and performers for Vocal Britain, the first concert of this year’s Yale in New York Series. The program of music by Benjamin Britten and William Walton will take place on Sunday, December 4, at 7:30 pm, in Zankel Hall at Carnegie Hall. New [...]
Dec. 5 & 7 in New Haven, Dec. 11 in New York The Yale School of Music presents all of the Prokofiev Piano Sonatas in two pairs of performances: December 5 and 7 at 8 pm at Morse Recital Hall in Sprague Hall, and December 11 at 5:30 pm and 8:30 pm in Weill Recital [...]
Dec. 1 preview in New Haven; Dec. 4 in Zankel Hall at Carnegie Hall The Yale School of Music presents Vocal Britain, a program of music by Benjamin Britten and William Walton, on December 1 in New Haven and December 4 in New York City. Presented by the Yale in New York series, under the [...]
This is the second of three guest posts in a series by Michael Compitello ’11MMA, a member of the Yale Percussion Group Part I Getting Ready Unlike most instrumentalists, percussionists are rarely able to get a new piece of music and immediately begin practicing. Outside of marimba solos, we must usually go through a kind [...]
The Yale Percussion Group, hailed as “truly extraordinary” by composer Steve Reich, brings high-energy works by Reich and David Lang to the Galapagos Art Space in Brooklyn, NY on Wednesday, June 22 at 7:30 pm. The dynamic ensemble will present the so-called laws of nature, a monumentally virtuosic percussion quartet by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer David [...]
The Yale in New York series at the Yale School of Music presents the Yale Baroque Ensemble in its Carnegie Hall debut on Monday, April 25, 2011 at 8 pm. The concert will take place in Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall (57th Street and 7th Avenue, New York, NY). The ensemble, directed by Robert [...]
Concerts take place at Sprague Hall Feb. 25 & 26, Carnegie Hall Feb. 28 Featured soloists include Yale faculty Frank Morelli, bassoon • David Shifrin, clarinet • Ransom Wilson, flute • and YSM graduate Jian Liu, piano The Yale School of Music presents the Philharmonia Orchestra of Yale and conductor Shinik Hahm in Concertante: rarely-performed [...]
Benjamin Verdery and other Yale guitarists play guitar music by Yale composers, including five world premieres
A free preview of Carnegie Hall concert the following night, the program features solo, guitar ensemble, and chamber works by Yale School of Music composers The Yale School of Music presents Yale Guitar Music Today on Monday, November 8 at 8 pm in Morse Recital Hall in Sprague Hall (470 College Street). The concert, directed [...]
“The Yale School of Music has established a formidable presence with its Yale in New York series at Carnegie Hall these last three seasons, mainly by presenting inventive programs of mostly new or unusual works.” — Allan Kozinn, The New York Times, 2/10/10 On Monday, October 11, 2010 at 7:30 pm, the adventurous Yale in [...]
Among the three premieres is the unfinished opera Distant Seas and Music for Athletic Exercises, performed with dance The celebrated Yale in New York series offers a special preview concert of its Prokofiev Rediscovered program on Monday, February 8, 2010 at 8 pm in Sprague Hall (470 College Street, New Haven). The program, which will [...]
David Shifrin, professor of clarinet, was a guest on WNYC’s Leonard Lopate Show yesterday to discuss the Yale School of Music’s celebration of Benny Goodman. This May, Goodman would have turned 100, and the School of Music is celebrating with a series of events in both New Haven and New York. Shifrin is the artistic [...]
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 [...]
Featuring pianists Boris Berman, Claude Frank, Elizabeth Parisot, Wei-Yi Yang The Yale School of Music presents “One and Two Pianos, Four and Six Hands,” a fascinating program of music by Mozart, Schnittke, and Stravinsky, on Wednesday, February 4 at 8 pm in Morse Recital Hall in Sprague Memorial Hall. Eminent pianists from the School of [...]
The Philharmonia Orchestra of Yale performed Olivier Messiaen’s epic Turangalîla Symphonie at Stern Auditorium at Carnegie Hall on Sunday, December 14, under the baton of guest conductor Reinbert de Leeuw and with Wei-Yi Yang at the piano and Geneviève Grenier at the ondes Martenot to close the Messiaen Centenary Celebration. The critical reception to the [...]