April 2011, vol. 26, no. 7

Joel Sachs

In 2009, as part of Carnegie Hall’s festival of Chinese culture, the New Juilliard Ensemble made a great ...More

Philip Stoddard

There has been an abundance of comedy in this year’s Juilliard Opera season, but nothing quite like this ...More
Special Section
Naoya Kanai
When the earthquake hit on Friday afternoon, I was sitting at the desk in my apartment, researching and...More
Ruyi Lu
The natural disaster has destroyed more than a land; it has changed the lives of those who once...More
Gaman is a term one soon learns when living in Japan. Considered by the Japanese to be one...More

Jane Gottlieb

On February 7, the Library of Congress quietly announced the debut of the Music Treasures Consortium Web site, ...More

Benjamin Sosland

Using a libretto by Nahum Tate, itself based in part on Virgil’s Aeneid, Henry Purcell's Dido and Aeneas ...More

Joshua Allen

When the 30 Juilliard students/neophyte builders arrived at 1839 Allen Street in New Orleans at 7:30 a.m. on ...More

Tony Song

The Liberal Arts Speaker Series continued on February 18 with Katherine Lynes, assistant professor of English at Union ...More

Luke Conklin

Imagine the violin in a world that did not yet know Tartini, Paganini, Tchaikovsky, or even Vivaldi. This ...More

Victoria Murray Brand

With more than 90 percent of our students qualifying for financial aid, scholarships are ever more vital to ...More

Cory Robertson

The Norman Siegel Memorial Scholarship commemorates a Pre-College graduate who died in 2010. More
ToniMarie Marchioni

Q&A With Ohad Bar-David

Susan Jackson

Melanie and Dimitri Coats

George Stelluto

To Fund or Not to Fund Shouldn’t Be the Question!

Jacob Lateiner Tribute: A Former Student Responds

Samuel Rhodes

Luke Simcock

Molly Yeh

‘Dr. Nic’ Unlocks the Mysteries of Juilliard’s Percussion Trove

Bruce Hodges

Retroactive Schumann; 4 Concertos and a Rhapsody

Molly Yeh

Do you have any pre-performance rituals?

Jeni Dahmus Farah

Bach/Handel Festival (1933); 6 Martha Graham Premieres (1952); Juilliard Theater Opeans (1970); New "Beggar's Opera" (1985)

Greta Berman

Of Guitars, Violins, and the Avant-Garde at MoMA

Faculty-Student News April 2011

Recent Deaths in the Juilliard Community

Scott Aiello

In Like a Lion...