December 2014/January 2015, vol. 30, no. 4

Toru Takemitsu

Joel Sachs

The 2015 Focus! festival will celebrate the lively world of Japanese composers. More
Valery Ponomarev

K. Leander Williams

Drummers Art Blakey and Max Roach—subjects of a Juilliard concert—were integral to the expansion of jazz. More
Fabienne Verdier and Students
Composition students and artist Fabienne Verdier explored the links between painting and music in an unusual collaboration.More
Charles Baudelaire

Joshua Simka

Baudelaire’s prose-poetry had a huge influence on music, as the Juilliard Songfest will reveal.More
Juilliard dancers, Lubovitch Company

Kelsey Connolly

Performing with Lar Lubovitch's company allowed us to implement all we have learned as dancers. More
Rodgers and Hart

Steven Blier

This NYFOS@Juilliard program offers a long historical arc, cast participation in the programming, and showstopping songs. More
Ives's Studio

Elliott Hurwitt

Visiting Charles Ives’s studio, painstakingly transplanted and re-created from the composer’s Connecticut house to Manhattan.More
Chelsea Williams, Noah Gaynor, and Jasminn Johnson
For what is perhaps the first time, Juilliard Drama is presenting "The Frogs" by Aristophanes.
Upcoming events in N.Y.C., South Carolina, and California; recent alumni events in Tokyo and at Juilliard.More
Susan Jackson

Alex Sharp's 'Curious Incident'

Barbara Jöstlein Currie

Q&A With Joseph Alessi

South Africa Concert Article Fosters Debate

ChamberFest, Oundjian

Jiayan Sun

Celebrating C.P.E. Bach’s 300th

The Latest on Faculty, Staff, and Students December 2014-January 2015

Noa Kageyama

Natalia Cwik

Focus! Festival Percussionists

Bruce Hodges

CDs From Dawe and Fuchs

Greta Berman

The Startlingly Original Egon Schiele

In Memoriam December 2014