[ general ]

School of Music announces completion of its trio of websites

The Yale School of Music proudly announces the completion of its suite of websites, with the August launch of new sites for the Yale Collection of Musical Instruments (collection.yale.edu) and Yale Summer School of Music/Norfolk Chamber Music Festival (norfolk.yale.edu).

collection-website-screenshotThe Collection and Norfolk sites, along with the Yale School of Music’s website (music.yale.edu) launched one year ago, were created by a broad partnership that included School of Music staff members, the Yale Digital Collections Center, and Madison Mott.

The School of Music’s website has won two W3 silver awards and a silver award from the Connecticut Art Director’s Club. The site was also nominated for a Webby Award in the School/University category. MORE

Published November 3, 2014
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[ events ]

YSM students invited to Nov. 12 workshop on promoting events

Astrid BaumgardnerThe Office of Career Strategies will hold a workshop on Wednesday, November 12 called How to Market and Promote Your Events. The one-hour workshop will be led by Astrid Baumgardner, head of the Office of Career Strategies. Topics will include:

  1. How to Find and Build Your Target Audience
  2. How to Create a Marketing Message
  3. How to Disseminate Your Message


Published November 3, 2014
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[ concerts ]

Boris Berman plays Beethoven, Stravinsky, and Prokofiev on Horowitz Piano Series Nov. 12

bermanThe Yale School of Music’s Horowitz Piano Series presents the pianist Boris Berman in recital on Wednesday, November 12 at 7:30pm. Berman, hailed as “a Beethoven interpreter on the highest level of achievement” by the Daily Telegraph, will play music by Beethoven as well as by Stravinsky and Prokofiev.

The first half of the program focuses on Beethoven, opening with the Variations in F major, Op. 34, followed by the Variations and Fugue in E-flat major, Op. 35. The latter set is often called the “Eroica” Variations, since Beethoven wrote variations on the same theme for the finale of his Symphony No. 3, “Eroica,” the following year. MORE

Published November 3, 2014
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