February 2010, vol. 25, no. 5

Lisa B. Robinson

Snow White and several other cohorts from the Brothers Grimm meet up with the post-1950s poetry of Anne ...More
Elliott Carter

Charles Neidich

The New York Woodwind Quintet gives the premiere of Elliott Carter’s Juilliard-commissioned “Nine by Five.” More

Amelia Pedlow

The next three generations of fourth-year drama students (Groups 39, 40, and 41) will share in performing the ...More
Special Section
Margaret Shakespeare
Soprano Arianna Zukerman (B.M. ’95, voice) crisscrosses the United States, travels regularly to the Netherlands, Canada, Portugal, and...More
Benjamin Laude
Oncley (’37, voice) may be the only human ever to sing the title role in Mendelssohn’s "Elijiah" from...More
Stephen Shropshire
Breanna O'Mara
Upon first impression, Stephen Shropshire reminded me of a 1960s male icon. He was cool, quirkily cute, and...More
At several recent get-togethers Juilliard alum convened to network, catch up, and chat with current students. Seen at...More

Evan Fein

Juilliard’s newest new music ensemble, Axiom, continues its multipart residency at Le Poisson Rouge this month with a ...More

Allison Job

The New Juilliard Ensemble continued its long history of performances outside the walls of Juilliard with its December ...More
Music faculty member Pia Gilbert

ToniMarie Marchioni

On January 19, the Juilliard community was afforded a unique opportunity to hear a firsthand account of history ...More

Evan Fein

This year's Schuman Scholar will be Samuel Adler, a respected and beloved member of the composition faculty since ...More

Raymond Nagem

The Paul Hall organ makes an imposing, though usually silent, backdrop for countless recitals and concerts each year. ...More
Performers at the World AIDS Day event

Evan Todd

Jordan Geiger

This year the Juilliard Gay-Straight Alliance organized the second annual World AIDS Day performance to raise money for ...More

Cory Robertson

Behind every named scholarship is a story. The newly created Byron J. Gustafson Scholarship, an endowed music scholarship ...More

Kathryn Carissimi

An extremely in-demand artist, LuPone took time in the middle of her busy holiday schedule to return to ...More

Julia Headley

January 18 marked the 22nd annual Martin Luther King Day Celebration performance at Juilliard. At six o’clock, as ...More
Benjamin Laude

Spotlight on Paul Oncley

A Word on Health Care

Shalita Grant

Looking Back, Moving Forward

Anthony Lioi

Obama, Year 1: Suiting Up

Charla Genn

Danielle La Senna

David Clausen

The Piano Maintenance Department’s Perfect Pitch

Bruce Hodges

2 Composers of Today, Drawing Inspiration From the Past

Jeni Dahmus Farah

Juilliard Orchestra at West Point (1941); Dance Ensemble Premieres Sokolow's "Odes" (1965); Shostakovich's Son Conducts "Lady Macbeth" (1984)

Greta Berman

Music as Art From the Pacific

Faculty-Student News February 2010

In Memoriam February 2010