What Happened, Miss Simone? (2015)

Yale University’s Department of African American Studies and the Program in Theater Studies are proud to present a special screening of the critically-acclaimed, 2015 unreleased documentary What Happened, Miss Simone? (2015). The first major motion picture documentary about music legend Nina Simone.

Monday, March 30th @ 7pm
351 Loria Center
190 York Street
New Haven

Come for the screening and stay for a conversation with director Liz Garbus and Prof. Daphne A. Brooks (Yale African American Studies, Theater Studies, American Studies) after the film.

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*Final, Oct 21 PARAMOUNT-WEB

Exploring the Rise and Fall of Paramount Records

Join us for a listening session and roundtable discussion featuring: Jack White (Third Man Records, Lazaretto) Greil Marcus (Rolling Stone, The Believer, The History of Rock ‘n Roll in Ten Songs) Dean Blackwood (Revenant Records) Scott Blackwood (Revenant Records) Adia Victoria (Musician, “Stuck in the South”) Daphne Brooks (Professor, African American Studies & Theater, Yale… Read more


Jeremiah Cymerman

Sound Hall + Uncertainty Music Series presents Jeremiah Cymerman March 30, 2013 | 8:30pm Firehouse 12 45 Crown St  New Haven, CT $12 / all ages FREE pre-concert talk at 7pm As an important figure in New York City’s experimental music scene since 2002, composer/clarinetist Jeremiah… Read more

Isla de la Mona

Abraham Gomez-Delgado

SOUND HALL along with the BIG ROOM and the Uncertainty Music Series present Isla de la Mona, Part I: One man’s solitary search for the soul of salsa Composed, written and performed by Abraham Gomez-Delgado, with Melanie Maar (dance), Alvaro Benavides (bass), Juancho Herrera (guitar),… Read more