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Zachary Green (BM '15, composition) is a master's student.
Articles by Zachary Green
Slatkin on Conducting, Composing, and Musical Life
Former faculty member Leonard Slatkin chatted with composition student Zachary Green about conducting, composing, and musical life.
Murray Perahia Master Class
Music is “about emotion,” pianist Murray Perahia said at a Juilliard master class in October.
Fleisher Revisits a Concerto
Pianist Leon Fleisher’s introduction to the Brahms D-Minor Piano Concerto at age 12 was, he recently told The Juilliard Journal, “soul-shattering.” Seven decades of playing ...
Taking a Step Back: The Value of Liberal Arts
Why did the seemingly least important classes (Liberal Arts) turn out to be the most meaningful?
Composer-Pianist Wins Petschek Award
Only a few pianists have the artistic and technical mastery to win the coveted William Petschek Recital Award, which provides a solo debut for an ...
Joe Lovano’s J.J.O. Debut
The son of a prominent tenor saxophonist, Joe Lovano was immersed in music from an early age. “Growing up around my dad [Tony “Big T” ...
Choreographers and Composers Join Forces
Each year, through a competitive application process, six pairs of third-year Juilliard dance students collaborate with mostly third-year composition majors on the creation of six ...
Stylistic Comfort Zone Pushed
Composition student Zachary Green has thrown himself into Juilliard life since arriving here three years ago.
Spotlight on Huang Ruo
Juilliard composition alum Huang Ruo on mixing idioms in music and reinterpreting a 400-year-old Chinese opera as ‘Paradise Interrupted.’
New Dimensions for 'Cracked Orlando'
Faculty member Jon Dawe’s fractal-Baroque opera ‘Cracked Orlando’ was partly inspired by how the worlds of Bach and Boulez coexist.
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