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  2. Be it with musical instruments, manuscripts, or recordings, YSM provides ample resources for exploration, such as Morris Steinert Collection of Musical Instruments and other Yale resources. Engage With year-long performances in our concert halls, countless community initiatives, and the summer’s Norfolk Chamber Music Festival, YSM is engaged ...

  3. Admissions | Yale School of Music

    The School also offers the following programs: Certificate in Performance; Artist Diploma program, for performers holding a minimum of a high school diploma; Bachelor of Arts/Master of Music (B.A./M.M.) program, offered in conjunction with Yale College; Fellowship opportunities at the School include: String Quartet Fellowship; Collaborative ...

  4. Applicants to the Yale School of Music’s choral conducting, early music voice, and organ programs must also submit an application through the Institute of Sacred Music (more information below under Program-Specific Requirements). There is no additional application fee for the Institute of Sacred Music application.

  5. The Yale School of Music presents several concert series, featuring students, faculty, and guest artists in performances of jazz, new music, chamber music, opera, orchestral music, and more.

  6. Degrees and Programs | Yale School of Music

    The Yale School of Music welcomes applications from those who have earned a master of music degree in either solo or collaborative piano within the past five years. Individuals enrolled in a degree program for the upcoming academic year are ineligible.

  7. Study | Yale School of Music

    The Yale School of Music is one of 12 graduate-professional schools on the Yale University campus, where students are immersed in an intellectually nourishing community of scholars.

  8. Meet our Faculty | Yale School of Music

    Recognized around the world for their performances, compositions, and scholarship, Yale School of Music faculty are an invaluable resource for our students, our audiences, and our field.