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.

RSVP on Facebook HERE.

Click HERE for more info on the concert.

Published April 5, 2011
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Grad Night with the Yale Philharmonia Friday, Sep. 24

Events bring together grad students for a concert and reception

All Yale graduate and professional students are invited to the School of Music’s first Yale Philharmonia concert of the year on Friday, September 24th at 8pm in Woolsey Hall.  A block of seats will be held just for grad/prof students and their guests until 7:55pm. No tickets are required; just tell the usher that you are there for Grad Night.

Following the performance, all 21+ students are invited to a reception with the musicians in the GPSCY Lounge with food sponsored by the McDougal Center. Bring your concert program to GPSCY for free cover and $2 well drink specials.

Shinik Hahm will conduct the program, which opens with Rossini’s popular William Tell Overture. The eminent concert pianist Peter Frankl will join the orchestra for Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 4 in G major. The program will culminate in Berlioz’s Symphonie Fantastique, a stunning orchestral illustration of unrequited love colored with dreams both joyful and macabre.

Read more about the concert here. RSVP to the event on Facebook Here.

Published September 21, 2010
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