Grad Night with the Yale Philharmonia

Adrian Slywotzky ’11MM conducting the Yale Philharmonia.

All Yale graduate students are invited to come out for the last Yale Philharmonia concert of the year.

Adrian Slywotzky and Yang Jiao, the graduate conductors at the School of Music, will lead the Yale Philharmonia in an all-Beethoven concert. Slywotzky will conduct Beethoven’s Sixth Symphony in F major (“Pastoral”), and Yang Jiao will lead the orchestra in the iconic Fifth Symphony in C minor.

The concert starts at 5 pm in Morse Recital Hall in Sprague Hall (470 College Street, corner of Wall Street).

After the concert, take a break for dinner and then bring your concert program to GPSCY for free cover, free dessert, and drink specials in the Lounge beginning at 8pm.

The event is free and tickets are not required, but a block of seats will be reserved for graduate and professional students, post-docs, and friends. Just let the usher know you are attending Grad Night.

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Published April 5, 2011
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Two conductors, two Beethoven symphonies

The Yale Philharmonia returns to Sprague Hall April 15

The Yale School of Music presents the Philharmonia Orchestra of Yale with its assistant conductors, Adrian Slywotzky (pictured at right) and Yang Jiao (pictured below) on Friday, April 15, 2011 at 5 pm. While the Yale Philharmonia usually performs in Woolsey Hall, this performance will take place in the more intimate space of Morse Recital Hall (located in Sprague Hall at 470 College Street).

The conductors will lead the orchestra in two Beethoven symphonies. Yang Jiao will conduct the iconic Symphony No. 5 in C minor, and Adrian Slywotzky will lead the Symphony No. 6, “Pastoral,” in F major. Both Jiao and Slywotzky are studying orchestral conducting with Shinik Hahm at the Yale School of Music.

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Published March 24, 2011
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Shinik Hahm leads the Yale Philharmonia in two works of Richard Strauss and the Fourth Symphony of Brahms on Thursday, November 18


The Yale School of Music presents the Philharmonia Orchestra of Yale and conductor-in-residence Shinik Hahm on Thursday, November 18 at 8 pm in Woolsey Hall (corner of College and Grove Streets, New Haven). The program features the music of Richard Strauss and Johannes Brahms.

Strauss’s tone poem Don Juan opens the evening, led by Adrian Slywotzky, a conducting fellow at the School of Music. The piece depicts the exploits of Don Juan, the same storyline that Yale Opera will explore in its winter production of Mozart’s Don Giovanni. Oboist Carl Oswald, a winner of the Woolsey Concerto Competition, will join the orchestra for Strauss’s Oboe Concerto in D major. Strauss wrote the concerto for John De Lancie, a GI stationed in Germany after World War II who in civilian life had played oboe in the Pittsburgh Orchestra – and who later would serve for 30 years as principal oboe of the Philadelphia Orchestra. The concert will conclude with Brahms’s Symphony No. 4 in E minor, considered by many one of the composer’s greatest masterpieces. Despite its dark tone, the work was acclaimed from its very first performance in 1885 and has been enormously popular ever since.

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Published October 25, 2010
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Conducting fellows Farkhad Khudyev, Adrian Slywotzky lead Yale Philharmonia in symphonies by Bizet and Mendelssohn

Six o’clock “rush-hour” concert features the Philharmonia’s assistant conductors

Mar. 11, 2010 | The Yale School of Music presents a recital featuring its two conducting fellows, Farkhad Khudyev and Adrian Slywotzky, on Friday, April 9, at 6 pm in Sprague Hall (470 College Street, New Haven). Each will lead members of the Yale Philharmonia in one piece: Slywotzky will conduct Bizet’s Symphony in C, and Khudyev will conduct Mendelssohn’s Symphony No. 4, “Italian.”

Khudyev and Slywotzky both study with Shinik Hahm and serve as assistant conductors of the Yale Philharmonia. They most recently appeared in performances with the Philharmonia at the end of February.

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Published March 15, 2010
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