The Department of Music is the home of scholars and students who continue a tradition of study stretching back to the ancient world. One of the seven original liberal arts, music maintains a place in the university as a subject of broad and passionate interest to composers, historians, ethnomusicologists, performers, and theorists. At Yale, all of these form a community dedicated to furthering a knowledge and love of music. Using the abundant musical resources at Yale—which include graduate professional schools of Music, Art, and Drama, an Institute for Sacred Music, a renowned collection of historical instruments, and an exceptionally large library of scores, recordings, books, and original manuscripts—the Department of Music provides an extraordinarily rich musical environment unmatched by any other college or university. Read More


February 15, 2019
Grant Herreid recently had an article titled “Singing Italian Renaissance Epic Verse” published in a new Modern Language book - Teaching the Italian Renaissance Romance Epic.
February 8, 2019
Anna Zayaruznaya was recently awarded the John Nicholas Brown Prize: The John Nicholas Brown Prize, established by the Medieval Academy of America in 1978, is awarded...
January 28, 2019
Inaugural Black Sound & the Archive Symposium February 7-8 | Yale University We look forward to sharing complete details in the days to come, but in the meantime we...
January 22, 2019
Marco Ladd received a Junior Research Fellowship at Emmanuel College, Cambridge University, for three years starting October 1, 2019.
December 19, 2018
Alex Ross, music critic of The New Yorker, lists Kreuzer’s new book Curtain, Gong, Steam: Wagnerian Technologies of Nineteenth-Century Opera (UC Press) on his list of ...