September 2008, vol. 24, no. 1

Jane Rubinsky

As Juilliard begins to unveil the results of two years of major construction this fall, the School launches ...More

Ross Snyder

On May 26, some 100 members of the Juilliard Orchestra boarded a plane, crossed over the North Pole, ...More

Salima Barday

A “Concert of Friendship” highlighted the alliance between Juilliard and China’s Central Conservatory of Music.More

Lisa B. Robinson

Esteemed conductor, harpsichordist, and flutist Nicholas McGegan has done much to bring the historical performance movement credibility. More
It was a beautiful spring morning on Friday, May 23, perfect weather for the class of 2008’s commencement ...More
Roumen Balyozov

Joel Sachs

This year’s New Juilliard Ensemble concerts once again display a wealth of variety, as the ensemble kicks off ...More
Elizabeth Joy Roe with her "star student," Melanie

Elizabeth Joy Roe

On June 11 in the Rohatyn Room at Carnegie Hall, the Academy celebrated the end of its 2007-08 ...More

Kris Bowers

Having already traveled to a few foreign countries with the Juilliard Jazz program to perform and teach, coping ...More

Joey Lico

Jane Gottlieb has been teaching music library research for more than 20 years. In August, Prentice Hall published ...More
Conductor and Juilliard alumnus James Conlon was awarded the Galileo 2000 Prize. More

Isabelle Demers

In today’s musical world, the name Juilliard hardly needs an introduction. But if the School is rightly famous ...More

Ira Rosenblum

Harvard University has received a grant from the Mellon Foundation to catalog original manuscripts in the Juilliard Manuscript ...More
Smirnoff’s appointment concluded a national search process that began in October 2006, when David Cerone announced his pending ...More
Jane Rubinsky

Q&A With Elizabeth McPherson

Jane Rubinsky

Moshe Cotel: A Rabbi at the Piano

ToniMarie Marchioni

Making Some Noise About Loudness

Tale of Two Chinas: A Letter

Samantha Thornhill

An Affair to Remember

Bruce Hodges

C.P.E. Bach and Martinu: Two Paths to the Cello Sonata

Faculty-Student News September 2008

Jeni Dahmus Farah

Piano Century (1999)

Judith LeClair

Lori Bierly

Greta Berman

The Making of an Art Exhibition: A Curator's View

In Memoriam September 2008

Jeff Lang

Ranier DeIntinis 1925-2008

Leslie Dreyer

The Suzuki Rebellion