October 2011, vol. 27, no. 2

Cecelia Hobbs Gardner

Juilliard Jazz continues its 10th-anniversary celebration with something new: on October 25, Grammy-nominated Jane Monheit will be the ...More

Evan Fein

At 28, award-winning German conductor David Afkham is one of the fastest-rising stars of the concert podium. Juilliard’s ...More

Benjamin Laude

Arthur Miller’s classic "All My Sons" will feature fourth-year actors and industry veteran Harris Yulin, who will also ...More

ToniMarie Marchioni

Programming works by Gérard Grisey, Harrison Birtwistle, and Magnus Lindberg might seem arbitrary, but Jeffrey Milarsky, who has ...More

Eve Jacobs

September 11, 2011, 6:10 a.m. After four hours of sleep, I reluctantly rolled out of bed to join ...More

Alex McDonald

Stephanie Wu

The 2011 Japanese earthquake and tsunami motivated 10 Juilliard students to give fund-raising concerts to support relief efforts.More
ToniMarie Marchioni

Q&A With John Heginbotham

Susan Jackson

John Mace and Richard Dorr: A Lifetime of Togetherness

Who's In This Mystery Photo?

Ira Rosenblum

Riding the Elation Roller Coaster

Seymour Lipkin

Tanya Barfield

Drama M.F.A. Program; Bowers Wins Monk Competition; Breaking Barriers Award

Bruce Hodges

Scandinavian Fire and Ice; 65 Years Late, a Symphony Premieres

Maria Im

What is one essential item that every Juilliard student needs?

Greta Berman

Gandharan Art—The Great Synthesis

Jeni Dahmus Farah

Juilliard Gets Its Charter (1926); Copland's "Piano Fantasy," a Juilliard Commission, Premieres (1957); U.N. Benefit (1963)

Faculty-Student News October 2011

Recent Deaths in the Juilliard Community

Scott Aiello

The End of Hurricane Irene