October 2008, vol. 24, no. 2

Ira Rosenblum

Monica Huggett, the Baroque violinist who has achieved something of rock-star status in the early-music world, has been ...More
Lucie Tiberghien

Geoffrey Murphy

Rhyming couplets, men in heels, and a whole lot of French style are being readied for the opening ...More

Ira Rosenblum

Lincoln Center may look more like an archeological dig these days than a setting for an elaborate party. ...More
Special Section
Esmé Boyce Troy MacklinBreanna O'Mara
Fourteen performances and 27 workshops in eight cities over two weeks ... for four dancers, an actor, and...More
Jessica Pearlman
When the community orchestra in her California hometown was in trouble, one musician who had gotten her start...More
Anthony Lomuljo and Chelsea Ainsworth
Chelsea Ainsworth
For Philippine youngsters who have very little in the way of resources, a visit from a group of...More

Brian Wise

A new biography by Juilliard President Joseph W. Polisi, American Muse: The Life and Times of William Schuman, ...More

Salima Barday

Individual spices set apart this year’s Bachauer Piano Competition winners, Yoonjung Han and Naomi Kudo.More

David Pratt

Why would the Juilliard Drama Division, known for its superb classical training, ask students to experiment with untested—perhaps ...More

ToniMarie Marchioni

It is most often the anniversary of a composer’s birth or death year that spawns a flurry of ...More

William Harvey

The drunken man staggered toward me, screaming and waving a machete. “White man!” he said in pidgin. “You ...More

Evan Fein

For the entire month of July this past summer, 55 young composers, conductors, and chamber musicians from across ...More
At this year's convocation, a six-student delegation that attended the National Performing Arts Convention in Denver in June ...More

Lisa B. Robinson

Questions related to Juilliard’s institutional state of affairs will be the focus of an intensive “self-study” continuing over ...More

Seymour Lipkin

At 19, Seymour Lipkin launched his career with the top prize in the prestigious Rachmaninoff International Piano Competition. ...More
Anthony Jahn

Jennifer Fuschetti

For many musicians, when allergy season hits, it can be a mild inconvenience, but for a singer, it ...More

Samuel Rhodes

Works written for violist Samuel Rhodes—along with classics both well-known and unjustly neglected—form the basis of a concert ...More
Ira Rosenblum

Q&A With Luke Macfarlane

Jane Rubinsky

Ellen Taaffe Zwilich: The Goose-Bump Test

Evan Todd

Creating a Juilliard Gay-Straight Alliance

Anita Mercier

Marriage Equality

Bruce Hodges

Parables and Passions: Music of Schoenfield and Tsontakis

Jeni Dahmus Farah

Juilliard Arrives at Lincoln Center (1969); Memorial for Michel Saint-Denis (1971); Juilliard's 80th Anniversary (1985)

Kathryn LaBouff

James Gregg

Greta Berman

Portraying the Chinese Revolution: Propaganda or Art?

Faculty-Student News October 2008

In Memoriam October 2008

Nick Choksi

Gala Cartoon