Joshua Simka

Joshua Simka (BM ’14, voice) is the assistant editor of The Journal. He has contributed to Musical America magazine.

Articles by Joshua Simka

The third Juilliard-Metropolitan Opera co-production, Mozart's 1790 comic opera Così fan tutte, features singers from Juilliard and the Met’s Lindemann Young Artist Development Program, directed ...
Vocal Arts students Joshua Simka and Robert May were in the pick-up chorus that gave the world premiere of Philip Glass’s "The New Rule," conducted ...
Coffee-fueled Joshua Simka, a fourth-year tenor from Pompano Beach, Fla., races through a day of class, rehearsal, freelancing, reading, and relaxing.
The fabulous costumes for Juilliard’s production of Cavalli’s La Calisto were a triumph—we watched them evolve from sketch to sumptuousness.
Historical Performance faculty member and lute guru Patrick O’Brien died July 16, 2014.
Composing as a listener not a craftsman keeps my music open to a variety of influences and fosters a creative process rooted in discovery.
Alum Samuel Hunter's “genius” grant honored his “quietly captivating dramas” that confront the “polarizing aspects of contemporary life.”
A massive 19th-century painting of lifeless gladiators and riotous spectators inspired Joshua Cerdenia’s New Juilliard Ensemble premiere.
Xmas Eve marks 65 years since Menotti's groundbreaking ‘Amahl’ premiered. Alumna Rosemary Kuhlmann tells the Journal about her role in it.
Alumna Speranza Scappucci makes her Juilliard conducting debut with Rossini’s opera buffa “Il Turco in Italia.”