Yale School of Music's New Music New Haven

The New York Philharmonic

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Yale School of Music's New Music New Haven


The Jerome L. Greene Performance Space

Date & Times


May, 2016

Wednesday, 7:00 PM

Event Info


martiniPlay Date with composers and performers after concert.

From Charles Ives to David Lang and Aaron Jay Kernis, the Yale School of Music has been home to some of the most influential musical voices of our time. Catch Yale musicians performing chamber music by Yale teachers and students, past and present, at The Greene Space at WQXR, home of New York’s new-music channel, Q2. Music. Hosted by Helga Davis.

Co-Presented by Yale School of Music and WQXR’s Q2 Music.

Concert streamed live via webcast on WQXR’s Q2 Music, available at q2music.org.

Tickets may be purchased through The Greene Space.  



Selected songs for piano and voice


Christopher Theofanidis

Kaoru for two flutes


Aaron Jay Kernis

Toward the Setting Sun (Vers le soleil couchant) (World Premiere)


Hannah Lash

Leaves, Space (New York Premiere)


David Lang

where you go for 12 singers (New York Premiere)


Martin Bresnick

And I Always Thought for clarinet, violin, and piano (U.S. Premiere)


Hilary Purrington

For your judicious and pious consideration
for mezzo-soprano, viola, and piano (World Premiere)


Musicians from the Yale School of Music

Musicians from the Yale School of Music

The New Music New Haven series showcases the young composers studying at the Yale School of Music, as well as the faculty who nurture them. Concerts present solo and chamber works, an annual concert of orchestral works performed by the Yale Philharmonia, and occasionally pieces involving electronics and visual elements. Guest composers — including George Crumb, Michael Daugherty, Kaija Saariaho, and Steve Reich — work with Yale School of Music students on performances of selected works. 

Learn more about Musicians from the Yale School of Music

Special Thanks

Major support for the NY PHIL BIENNIAL is provided by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, The Fan Fox and Leslie R. Samuels Foundation, and The Francis Goelet Fund.

Additional funding is provided by Howard Gilman Foundation and Honey M. Kurtz.


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