December 2009/January 2010, vol. 25, no. 4

Susan Reiter

New Dances, an annual project launched in 2003, promises ingenious and surprising results. The project matches up each ...More

Joel Sachs

During and after the ideological battles of the last century there were composers who, while not producing earthshaking ...More

Lisa B. Robinson

Under the direction of Sam Gold, the fourth-year actors will perform "The Threepenny Opera" in December, marking the ...More

ToniMarie Marchioni

Until recently, minimal attention has been paid to Fanny Hensel (1805-47). However, we are now discovering that she ...More

Evan Fein

The Composers-Choreographers Project, a semester-long interdisciplinary collaboration, offers students in the Music and Dance Divisions a chance to ...More

Benjamin Sosland

Featuring singers from the School for the fifth time, the New York Festival of Song (Steven Blier and ...More

Benjamin Laude

Axiom, the School's newest contemporary music ensemble, led by Jeffery Milarsky, will showcase the work of John Adams ...More

David Clausen

Recent recitals by composer Eric Ewazen, a faculty member since 1980, and poet Lorna Goodison, professor of English ...More

Bärli Nugent

Alexander Kienle

My affair with the Viennese horn began in the summer of 2002, when I was 17 years old. More
ToniMarie Marchioni

Q&A With David Krakauer and Wlad Marhulets

Melissa Odens

Richard Kogan: Music and the Mind

George Stelluto

Stay Healthy

Bonnie Hampton

Brian Grove

Bruce Hodges

Nods to the Past, in Song and on the Ivories

Jeni Dahmus Farah

Cowell Speaks at Juilliard (1934); British Music Festival (1953); Mennin Takes Office (1962); 75th-Anniversary Gala (1980)

Greta Berman

From Cello Music to Moray Eels at the Frick

Faculty-Student News December 2009-January 2010

In Memoriam December 2009-January 2010