September 2010, vol. 26, no. 1

Sarah Kricheff

With an eclectic roster of guest conductors, an expanded Historical Performance program, and the celebration of the 10th ...More
The class of 2010 enjoyed a lively commencement address by playwright Tony Kushner.More

Benjamin Laude

"The beauty of these pieces is the first and foremost reason I play music," remarked Sean Chen, who, ...More

ToniMarie Marchioni

Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel, Felix Mendelssohn’s sister, is finally receiving attention that is well overdue. Because cultural restraints prevented ...More
After just one season as the first violinist in the Juilliard String Quartet, Nick Eanet is leaving the ...More

Kris Bowers

Juilliard’s Jazz Studies program is celebrating its 10th year and, come September 21, the School’s 2010-11 season will ...More

William Harvey

I clamber on top of the rusted tank, my salwar kameez fluttering in the sharp wind coming up ...More

Cory Robertson

This summer, the New York City landscape was dotted with tourists, ice cream trucks, and pianos. More

Joel Sachs

The New Juilliard Ensemble got off to a flying start in July as current members and alumni performed ...More

Brian Wise

David Effron, who will lead the Juilliard Orchestra on October 4, is constructing a program with two primary ...More
Sarah Kricheff

Q&A With Robert Battle

Lisa B. Robinson

Marjorie Landsmark-DeLewis: Playing for Pliés

Benjamin Laude

One American’s Response to the Israel-Palestine Conflict

Ray Lustig

Where Music Meets Science

Remembering William Schuman

Paul Jacobs

David Gee

Bruce Hodges

Handel Keyboard Suites; Joanne Polk Plays Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel

Molly Yeh

What do you think is the most important development of the 20th century?

Greta Berman

The Painted Music of Charles Burchfield

Jeni Dahmus Farah

Juilliard Convocation Returns (1995)

Faculty-Student News September 2010

Recent Deaths in the Juilliard Community

Cory Robertson

Craig Watjen 1936-2010

Molly Yeh

The Juilliard Store Gets New Home, New Identity, New Gear