We're thrilled to share news that two ensembles that include Yale School of Music alumni won GRAMMY Awards on Sunday, Feb. 4.
Roomful of Teeth won a GRAMMY Award in the "Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance" category for its recording Rough Magic. Members of the vocal ensemble include bass-baritone Dashon Burton ’11MM, mezzo-soprano Virginia Warnken Kelsey ’13MM, composer and vocalist Caroline Shaw ’07MM, and composer, conductor, vocalist, and ensemble founder and co-Artistic Director Brad Wells ’98MM ’05DMA.
The Harlem Quartet won in the "Best Classical Compendium" category for Passion of Bach and Coltrane. Felix Umansky ’12AD is the group's cellist.
We hope you'll join us in congratulating the award winners and the members of our community who were nominated back in November.