March 2010, vol. 25, no. 6

Susan Reiter

Merce Cunningham, Jerome Robbins, Paul Taylor—each name immediately evokes images of enduring, distinctive dances that embody each man’s ...More

Evan Fein

Though not a regular on concert programs in recent years, Schuman was one of the most admired and ...More

Luke Conklin

This month, conductor William Christie and members of the ensemble Les Arts Florissants will be returning to Juilliard ...More

Conrad Winslow

To celebrate both the 10th anniversary of the Beyond the Machine festival and the opening of the new ...More

ToniMarie Marchioni

In celebration of her 40th anniversary as a performer, flutist and Juilliard alumna and faculty member Carol Wincenc ...More

Daniel Druckman

Ever since Edgard Varèse unveiled his Ionisation at Carnegie Hall in 1933, New York City has been a ...More

Molly Yeh

Just when it seemed the short-story genre might be gasping for its last breath, an online quarterly brings ...More
Benjamin Laude

Q&A With Jeffrey Biegel

Amelia Pedlow

Paulus Berensohn: Dancing With Clay

Sarah Kidd

Looking Beyond Gender

Milica Paranosic

Lessons in Ghana

René Houtrides

Lisa B. Robinson

David ClausenMolly Yeh

If you could have lunch with one composer or songwriter, living or dead, who would it be and why?

Bruce Hodges

A Teacher, His Protégé, and 2 Anniversaries

Jeni Dahmus Farah

Juilliard Music Foundation Set Up (1920); Contemporary Music Celebrated (1976); Stage Fighters Compete (1982); Ichinohe's "Compassion" Debuts (1990)

Greta Berman

The Colossal Ceramic World of Viola Frey

Faculty-Student News March 2010

Recent Deaths in the Juilliard Community

Cory Robertson

Earl Wild 1915-2010

Joseph W. Polisi

Rosemary Willson 1921-2010