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The Yale Medical Symphony Orchestra (YMSO) kicked off its 10th year with a concert in Harkness Auditorium that was filled to the rafters.
- April 10, 2018Source: Daily Nutmeg
Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 5 has “thick orchestration,” conductor Robert Smith says. “The brass parts are really high up. They go fast and you have to double tongue and triple tongue. The strings are up in seventh position… The woodwinds have such difficult rhythm.” It’s a challenging master work, not something a community orchestra would ordinarily take on. But the Yale Medical Symphony Orchestra is no ordinary community orchestra.
- January 18, 2017Source: Yale Medicine Magazine
Among the efforts in the humanities at Yale are writing programs, literary salons, and a symphony orchestra.
- December 04, 2015Source: New Haven Independant
The Yale Medical Symphony Orchestra (YMSO), a group of around 50 doctors, researchers, translators, postdocs, and current students from Yale University’s medical campus that congregate every Thursday to practice, and were hard at work this past Monday for a special rehearsal.
- May 03, 2013
The Yale Medical Symphony Orchestra announces its Spring Concert, Friday, May 3, 2013, 7:30 PM, Mary Harkness Auditorium at Yale School of Medicine, 333 Cedar Street. Works include Sibelius: Karelia Suite, Op. 11 and Kalinnikov: Symphony No. 1. Admission Free.
- April 18, 2013Source: The Arts Paper
Yale Medical Symphony Orchestra makes art from algorithms
- October 26, 2012
When the Yale Medical Symphony Orchestra (YMSO) has its next public performance this evening, the stage will be mostly dark, and the music predominately “spooky.” For the first time since the YMSO was founded in 2008, the group will present a Halloween concert, featuring music with eerie elements by composers including Saint-Saëns, Mussorgsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Grieg, and Ives.
- December 02, 2009Source: Medicine@Yale
Lynn T. Tanoue, M.D., studied the violin through childhood, high school, and college. She played as a student at the School of Medicine in the late 1970s, alongside undergraduates in the Yale Symphony Orchestra and in a New Haven community orchestra.
- March 12, 2008Source: Yale Medicine Magazine
In mid-December about 90 musicians—students and faculty in medicine and public health—took the stage in Harkness Auditorium with their strings, woodwinds and brass