YSC Session: Seeing and Being Seen: Classical Music as a Catalyst for Change

2.2.24 | 12pm–1:30pm
February 02, 2024 | 12pm–1:30pm |
Peck Room (in Commons)


This event will be held in the Peck Room (in the far back of Commons) at Yale Schwarzman Center, 168 Grove Street, New Haven, CT 06511. 

Free and open to the public. Seats are limited, so registrants will automatically be placed on the waitlist and will be notified via email if selected.


In the current age of rapid technological growth and innovation, musicians are faced with questions on how to best harness technological tools to engage and help diverse communities and provide them with music education. Join violinist Vijay Gupta '07MM cellist Yoshika Masuda and pianist Dominic Chelli '16MM for a conversation on the role of the citizen-artist and the power of classical music to drive social impact.

Yale Schwarzman Center Sessions are peer-led gatherings where conversations generate collaborations and move ideas into action. Because seats are limited, registrants will be automatically placed on the waitlist and will be notified via email if they are selected to participate. 


Yoshika Masuda

Headshot with folded hands

Dominic Chelli

Three musicians in expressive pose, with their instruments

Darshan Trio