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New Music New Haven presents music by Donnacha Dennehy Nov. 14th

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The Yale School of Music presents a New Music New Haven concert on Thursday, November 14, 2013 at 8 pm. The concert features music by featured guest composer Donnacha Dennehy alongside new works by graduate students in the school’s composition program.

The student compositions comprise the first half of the concert: Balint Karosi’s Words of Beginning, Reena Esmail’s String Quartet, Ian Gottlieb’s Lost Man, and James Rubino’s This Brutal Flesh. MORE

Published October 29, 2013
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Flutist Ginevra Petrucci ’12MM, ’13AD debuts at Carnegie Hall

petrucci_ginevraGinevra Petrucci ’12MM, “13AD, flute, will give her debut recital at Carnegie Hall with pianist Bruno Canino on November 21, 2013 at 8:00 pm in Weill Recital Hall. The program includes music by Gabriel Pierné, Sigfrid Karg Elert, Leonardo De Lorenzo, Jean Michel Damase, and YSM composer Daniel Schlosberg. MORE

Published October 29, 2013
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The Yale School of Music Concert Series: A Study in Virtuosity

Connecticut Magazine
By Cathy P. Ross

james_conlon,_credit_dan_steinberg_for_la_opera_4It’s hard to describe the excitement you feel when a talented violinist performs a Mozart composition and the result is pure magic. More than 200 years after his death, Mozart still packs the house. This was apparent when we attended “Marriner Conducts Mozart” at Yale University’s Woolsey Hall several years ago. The renowned conductor and violinist Sir Neville Marriner had spent the previous week working with Yale student ensembles—the Schola Cantorum, Camerata, Philharmonia and Glee Club—and their efforts culminated in a production worthy of Carnegie Hall, right here in New Haven MORE

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The Yale Philharmonia Plays at Yale’s Woolsey Hall

Krzysztof_Penderecki_webBy Allison Geisler
CT.com

On Friday, classical music lovers need to get themselves to Woolsey Hall at Yale, as guest conductor Krzyzstof Penderecki leads the Yale Philharmonia. The first half of the concert features Penderecki conducting two of his pieces, Threnody to the Victims of Hiroshima and his Symphony No. 2. In between, Toshiyuki Shimada takes over conducting duties, to lead the Philharmonia in Prokofiev’s Piano Concerto No. 2, which will feature current Yale School of Music student Henry Kramer as the piano soloist.

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Published October 29, 2013
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