The most anticipated Yale tradition of the year takes the virtual stage at 11:59 pm on October 31, 2020. Not even a global pandemic and impending presidential election could stop the momentum of the Yale Symphony Orchestra’s beloved Halloween Show.
Although we are unable to fill the seats of Woolsey Hall this year, we have the rare opportunity to bring our show to every corner of campus and the globe at large. The cutthroat contest to acquire the highly sought after tickets for the Show is no more. Rather, anyone, anywhere can experience the Halloween magic of the YSO.
Tickets are free, with a suggested donation of $15. Sign up to receive your link to the livestream
A concert celebrating graduating seniors
Brief open rehearsal followed by Q&A for prospective musicians
Arnold Schoenberg - Survivor from Warsaw
Ludwig van Beethoven - Symphony No. 9
Yale Concert Band and Yale Glee Club Chamber Singers share an afternoon free concert of new music