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From Our Readers
From Our Readers
Musicmaking Helps Combat Life's Noise
Musicmaking is cherishing life
Help in Haiti, Mueller, and More
Helping out in Haiti, a tribute to Mueller, and Navajo memories
Stage Combat; Joe Temperley
'Journal' readers on fencing at Juilliard and faculty member Joe Temperley history-making years in the Duke Ellington Orchestra.
Remembering Margaret Pardee
Reminiscences about longtime Juilliard faculty member Margaret Pardee.
Martha Hill Memory
Memory lane—an alumna identifies herself and others in a 1959 graduation photo with Martha Hill.
Juilliard's Military Connections
Alums write in about "Journal" coverage of Juilliard connections with military bands.
December 2015/January 2016
Memories of Persichetti; Orchestra Orientation
Juilliard alumni share memories of Vincent Persichetti; applaud the arrival of Orchestra Orientation.
Letters About Boulez, WWII, Poulin
Recalling Boulez, World War II, and Alphonse Poulin.
The Journal's New Look, de la Guerre, and More
Remembering old Juilliard newspapers; Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre; a new format for The Journal
Letter: Helping Students With Dyslexia
Feedback on our February Voice Box column.
Remembering Jeaneane Dowis Lipman and Toscanini
Alums remember Jeaneane Dowis Lipman and playing for Arturo Toscanini.
December 2014/January 2015
South Africa Concert Article Fosters Debate
Readers reacted to Joel Sachs’s article about the South African new-music scene in the October Journal.
Kleinman, Toscanini, and Williams
The Juilliard Journal got letters about liberal arts prof Hyman Kleinman, alum Robin Williams, and playing under Toscanini.
Bowdoin Festival Appreciated
Faculty member Lewis Kaplan would have completed most of my bucket list thanks to his Bowdoin International Music...
Playing Under Toscanini
Alum Fred Fox, who's 100, writes about performing under Toscanini at the Philharmonic.
A ‘Winter Wind’ Brings Love; Remembering Jacob Druckman
Juilliard-related memories from the 1950s and ’60s inspired alums to write in this month.
The Myth of the Natural Singer
Charles Kellis observes that very few singers are true naturals and that training is paramount.
In Praise of Robert White
A former student writes, “we have no idea how lucky we were to have Bob White as an...
A Bright Future With Darryl
Let's thank Darryl Quinton because of the way he has contributed to the Juilliard community.
Robert Ward Will Be Missed
I think I learned more about conducting from former faculty member Robert Ward than in any of my...
A Teacher Remembers Van Cliburn
A former teacher recalls when Van Cliburn and his mother first came to Juilliard.
Juilliard: Takers, Not Makers?
An alum's husband believes that only a wealthy society, not a government, can support the arts.
Bravo For Giving Students A Voice
Thoughts on the arrival of a new, independent student newspaper.
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Current Issue: May-August 2017
The World Is Waiting
The View From the Horn Section
Letter From the Editor
Endings and Beginnings
The Latest from Faculty, Staff, and Students May-August 2017
Life After Juilliard
Glimpses of Some Recent Alums May 2017
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