Arts & Culture


De Profundis: The Deep End
School of Music

In a preview of a concert for the series Yale in New York, School of Music ensembles perform compositions for low instruments, including Mozart’s Duo for Bassoon and Cello; Penderecki’s Serenata for three cellos; and Druckman’s Valentine for solo double bass.

March 28, 8 p.m.


Monarchs in Mesopotamia
Sterling Memorial Library

A display of cuneiform tablets from the Yale Babylonian Collection features the writings of a dozen ancient monarchs, from Hammurabi to Rim-Sin.

Through April 1


The Winter’s Tale
Yale Repertory Theatre

OBIE Award–winning director Liz Diamond stages William Shakespeare’s story of blinding jealousy and forgiveness. 

March 16 through April 7


Music at the Whitney: Shakespeare Song in Translation
Whitney Humanities Center

Singers and pianists from The Performance of Vocal Music, a class taught by adjunct professor Richard Lalli ’80, ’86DMA, present song texts from Shakespearean plays, set in German, French, Russian, and Swedish.

April 18, 4:30 p.m.


Die Schöpfung
Yale Schola Cantorum

Yale Schola Cantorum, along with the Yale Baroque Ensemble and Juilliard415, performs Haydn’s Die Schöpfung (The Creation) at Woolsey Hall.

April 29, 5 p.m.


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