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You Can Be a Juilliard Student For a Night

Mark Shapiro is a member of the Evening Division faculty.

 (Photo by Rosalie O'Connor)

Yearning for a sense of what it feels like to be a Juilliard student? Got a hankering to relive your Juilliard days without holing up in a practice room? On the evening of March 8, you'll have your chance. The school is opening its studios and classrooms for Juilliard Unveiled, a unique evening of culture, community, and cocktails. How about a crash course in improv with Richard Feldman, the Liszt B-Minor Sonata with Ara Guzelimian and pianist Tomer Gewirtzman, or opera with Stephen Wadsworth? Or explore the basics of singing, conducting, ear training, or the roots of American jazz. There are 15 specially curated interactive and seminar classes led by faculty, administrators, and students, with something to inspire the artist in everyone. The only tricky part could be deciding which class to choose! After the hourlong classes, there will be a cocktail reception for participants.

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For more information, call (212) 799-5000, ext. 329, or go to giving.juilliard.edu/juilliardunveiled.

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