February 2011, vol. 26, no. 5

Susan Jackson

In a move that will undoubtedly bolster ties between the New York Philharmonic and The Juilliard School, Alan ...More

Lisa B. Robinson

The highly anticipated first production between Juilliard and the Metropolitan Opera takes place this month with three performances ...More

Jonathan Batiste

“Summertime and the livin’ is easy.” This lyric is not only from one of the most well-known songs ...More

Kathryn Shattuck

When Jo Mei, a member of this year’s graduating class (Group 40), moves into the real world after ...More
Special Section
Paul Kwak
Margaret Shakespeare
Examples of the overlap between performance and medicine occur as far back as the ancient Greeks and Romans. More
Samuel Chang
Cory Robertson
For some Juilliard graduates, there was an “aha” moment at which they decided to pursue another career. For...More
Susan Jackson
For Pre-College alumnus Jourdan Urbach, the intersection of medicine and music was the ability to help other people...More

Evan Fein

One of America’s most celebrated and distinctive composers, Pulitzer Prize winner John Adams, will return to Juilliard this ...More

ToniMarie Marchioni

In 1926, two stars were born: one a brusque, Jewish New Yorker, and the other a sophisticated, Hungarian ...More

Kris Bowers

Wailing brass, thunderous percussion, and eerie sound effects burst through the speakers while an audience of 50—Juilliard students ...More

Susan Jackson

Violist, teacher, administrator, and alumnus Adam Meyer has been appointed associate dean for administration at Juilliard. As such ...More
The footsteps of marchers and the chants of protesters echo in every decade of American history, and with ...More

Benjamin Laude

Stand inside a piano and play (upside down and backwards) Beethoven's Ninth? Piece of cake for Evan Shinners.More

ToniMarie Marchioni

This semester, renowned musicologist Christoph Wolff joins Juilliard’s graduate studies faculty. A professor of music at Harvard University ...More
Lewis Kaplan

Alexandra Snyder Dunbar

Violin faculty member and alum Lewis Kaplan was recently announced as the 2011 William Schuman Scholar’s Chair. More
Susan Jackson

Q&A With Jourdan Urbach

Annalise Thompson

Pure Enrichment

Jane Gottlieb

Going Digital

On Becoming Informed Citizens: A Reader Responds

Milica Paranosic

Sarah Adriance

Bruce Hodges

Earthy Cello, Unearthly Violin: Solo String Soundscapes

Jeni Dahmus Farah

N.Y. Premiere of "Poppea" (1933); Dance Orchestra Premieres (1948); Damrosch Memorial Concert (1955)

Molly Yeh

Deciding the Future: In the Admissions Department

Molly Yeh

What’s the strangest or funniest thing about going to school in the United States?

Greta Berman

Transformations and Transcendence at the Rubin: Artists Take Inspiration From Buddhism

Recent Deaths in the Juilliard Community

Robert Taub

Jacob Lateiner 1928-2010

Ira Rosenblum

Michael Langham 1919-2011

Marshall Williamson 1931-2010

Al Miner 1943-2010

Raphael Hillyer 1914-2010

Karen Tuttle 1920-2010

Faculty-Student News February 2011