March 2011, vol. 36, no. 6

Susan Reiter

A 20th-century landmark ballet that has not been performed in New York City for more than two decades ...More

K. Leander Williams

The immediate world beyond the conservatory consists of the hard work of building a reputation in more established ...More

Luke Conklin

“You can play things stylishly on the wrong instruments or unstylishly on the right instruments; I hope we’ll ...More

ToniMarie Marchioni

Though Juilliard’s Beyond the Machine festival focuses on merging music and technology, it is also about so much ...More

Daniel Druckman

Percussion has been linked closely to ceremony and ritual throughout history and in Japan, the inherent ceremonial nature ...More

Evan Fein

One of the experiences most vital to the education of a developing young composer is that of writing ...More

Dalit Warshaw

I first met Clara Rockmore when I was a very young girl, during one of my frequent visits ...More
ToniMarie Marchioni

Q&A With Lawrence Dillon

Michael Curran-Dorsano

Michael Smolanoff: Bridging the Commercial-Art Divide

Ara Guzelimian

Enter Here—Auditions in a Changing Arts World

Kent Tritle

Christina Carter-Halla

Bruce Hodges

Raise the Roof: A Roundup of Recent Recordings by Jazz Studies Alumni

Jeni Dahmus Farah

Lhévinne Scholarship Launched (1955); Dance Ensemble Premieres “Divertissement” (1978); Segovia at Juilliard (1985)

Molly Yeh

If you could replace the Juilliard cafeteria with one N.Y.C. restaurant, which would you choose?

Greta Berman

The Eclectic Photographs of Wang Qingsong

Faculty-Student News March 2011

Recent Deaths in the Juilliard Community

Orli Shaham

Herbert Stessin 1922-2011

Jonathan Dawe

Milton Babbitt 1916-2011

Cory Robertson

Elizabeth Sawyer 1931-2010

Scott Aiello

Most Confusing Job Ever

Trips Down Memory Lane