Tag Archives: Marquand Chapel

Ritual Variety

Outside, the wind throws silver drops of rain against the window panes and combs the fir trees. Inside, all is still except for one voice rising to the vaulted ceiling…

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This Week in New Haven (February 5 – 11)

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

Between a sober history talk and a good-vibes dance party, or a theater geek-out and a hockey showdown, or a popular fantasy thriller and a thrilling vocal display, there’s something for everyone…

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This Week in New Haven (December 4 -10)

Daniel Eugene

The holiday season hits high gear, and because this is New Haven, the ride is easily, expectantly shared between the mainstream and the countercultural. …

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This Week in New Haven (April 18 – 24)

St. Luke's Steel Band at 2014 Wooster Square Cherry Blossom Festival

New Haven is full of doom and bloom this week, with the latter winning out thanks to a late surge of wonder, service and grace, plus a flowery festival. …

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This Week in New Haven (October 12 – 18)

Silas Finch

This week is full of productions—live performances rehearsed over and over again to achieve refinement and consistency. This weekend is full of…

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Baroque-in’ Hearts

Mark Bailey, American Baroque Orchestra

Last October, I accidentally happened upon an American Baroque Orchestra (ABO) performance of Handel’s Messiah in a packed Marquand Chapel at Yale Divinity School.

It was a sing-along. Picking up a program, I squeezed in…

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This Week in New Haven (Oct 8 – 14)

Ratatouille at Yale Peabody Museum

Poets, pandas, and punk puppets! Oh, my! This week in New Haven takes on mythic proportions—an urban farmer who’s won a MacArthur Grant, a rat that cooks French cuisine, and the dis-tressed classical grandeur of Samson and Delilah. Rising above …

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