UPDATE March 19:
In keeping with Yale’s COVID-19 policy and guidelines, all of the ISM’s public events scheduled through May 8 have now been cancelled, including student recitals on the Yale campus.
For technical reasons, this cancellation extends also to the Marilynne Robinson lectures, which we had hoped to be able to livestream. We will make an announcement if we are able to reschedule them at a later date.
We look forward to seeing you in person for the 2020–2021 season.
Original post, March 12:
As you may know, Yale University’s response to concerns over the transmission of COVID-19 has entailed numerous adjustments and cancellations that affect a large number of people in the Yale community and beyond.
In accordance with Yale’s guidelines, the following ISM public events scheduled to take place March 22–April 15 have been cancelled, or will take place online with no live audience.
March 22 | Annette Richards, organ recital
March 23 | Hilary Bogert-Winkler, liturgy symposium
March 26 | Catherine Fox, literature & spirituality
March 27 | Martin Jean, organ
April 3 | Natural Catastrophes symposium
April 4 | Voxtet concert
April 5 | “Elijah” Camerata concert
April 6 | Alex Schäfer, liturgy symposium
April 13 | Repertory Chorus concert
Livestream; no live audience
April 7 | Marilynne Robinson, literature & spirituality
April 14 | Marilynne Robinson, literature & spirituality
Student recitals will take place with no live audience.
We regret any inconvenience to our audience.
Some events may be rescheduled later. See the website for updated information, livestream information, and latest listings.