March 2009, vol. 23, no. 6

Susan Reiter

Along with Ohad Naharin’s new work, three venerable, major modern dance choreographers are represented on the Juilliard Dances ...More

Benjamin Sosland

As the Historical Performance program gets set to debut in the fall, Juilliard gets a taste of what’s ...More

Evan Fein

A more meteoric rise can hardly be imagined than that of bass-baritone, Shenyang (photo), who less than two ...More

Joel Sachs

Forty percent of a New Juilliard Ensemble program has never before vanished in mid-season, but the April 3 ...More

Charles Neidich

At a retrospective of Elliott Carter’s wind music last year, the New York Woodwind Quintet performed his Quintet ...More

Benjamin Laude

What do Hebrew cantillation, fractal geometry, and Purcell’s "Funeral Music for Queen Mary" have in common?More

Daniel Druckman

The birth of the percussion ensemble as a musical entity in Western music is usually traced to 1933, ...More

Tamar Halperin

Bach compiled his "Well-Tempered Clavier" in 1722 and the term soon became as familiar as the music itself. ...More
Conductor, arranger, and administrator Virginia Allen has been appointed associate dean for administration at Juilliard. More

Susan Reiter

No one today can fill a stage with more surprising and luscious movement than Ohad Naharin (photo). His ...More
Jamée Ard

Q&A With Kimball Gallagher

Jane Rubinsky

Lorna Burdsall: Dancing From Connecticut to Cuba

Marco Ramirez

Playwrights' Treehouse: No Girls Allowed?

Michelle DiBucci

Old-Fashioned Gender Discrimination

Rebecca Guy

Joan D. Warren

Bruce Hodges

Scaling Bach's Olympus, Key by Key

Jeni Dahmus Farah

Juilliard-Bennington-Curtis-Eastman-N.E.C.-Sarah Lawrence-Yale Symposium (1947); Juilliard Opera's "Hary Janos" (1960)

Greta Berman

Re-evaluating Women's Roles in Ancient Greece

Faculty-Student News March 2009

In Memoriam March 2009