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Master's violist Marie Daniels received her B.M. in 2013.
Articles by Marie Daniels
Victory, Chaos, and the Marathon Mindset
When you hit the wall, keep going. That characterizes my 2013 Boston Marathon experience—and will help the city’s recovery.
If you were elected mayor of New York City, what would your priorities be?
Marie Daniels: Candy-Striped and Crazed
First-year master’s cellist Marie Daniels brings focus to the haze that was orientation week.
What’s your favorite fall activity?
What is your outlook on recent lockouts, strikes, and bankruptcies in the performing arts world, and how do you they will shape the future of the arts?
How has technology impacted the creation of new works in music, dance, or theater?
Students talk about how technology has affected the creation of new works.
What is your favorite rite of spring?
Central Park looms large in student dreams after a long, cold winter.
Favorite N.Y.C. Arts Venues
Brooklyn Bowl, Carnegie Hall, and the Village Underground are preferred venues of Juilliard students.
Who or what was the first significant influence on your path to becoming a performing artist?
A fourth-grade report, parents, and teachers were among the inspirations for these young artists to pursue performance careers.
What song is stuck in your head?
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