March 2015, vol. 30, no. 6

Martha Graham's Dark Meadow at Juilliard

Sarah Adriance

Martha Graham’s “Dark Meadow” and Merce Cunningham’s “Biped” are on the bill in Juilliard’s 2015 repertory program.More
John Cage and Merce Cunningham

Rachel Straus

Merce Cunningham believed dance should develop without the influence of music, yet he called John Cage his greatest ...More
Rachel Podger

James Kennerley

Violinist Rachel Podger, who comes from an early-music family, makes her debut leading Juilliard415 in March 2015.More
Cynthia Wong audition cartoon
Recapping the Juilliard bloggers' top-10 audition tips for incoming students.More
Theo Hoffman

David Shengold

Eric Jurenas and Theo Hoffman and their accompanists prepare for the Juilliard Vocal Arts Honors Recital.More
Juilliard Journal March 2015

Ira Rosenblum

On the eve of our 30th anniversary, it was time for a “Juilliard Journal” facelift.More
Macy Sullivan and Phoebe Dunn's Cubicle

Ruthie Prillaman

The Beyond the Machine festival showcases productions that integrate top performance art technologies with new and reimagined art. More

Melody Nishinaga

Juilliard harpsichord student Melody Nishinaga celebrates the life of French Baroque composer Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre.More
Thomas Hampson's Juilliard master class
Baritone Thomas Hampson takes over Juilliard's Twitter feed after giving a master class here.More
Hundreds of Juilliard alumni support the school with annual gifts to the Alumni Campaign, named scholarships, and programs.More

Honorary Degrees, Practice Room Changes

Zachary Hann

ChamberFest: An Intense Musical Adventure

Jasmine Batchelor

Dreaming Forward on a Day of Celebration

Elio Villafranca

Rebecca Reuter

Juilliard Archives

'And a Nightingale Sang'

Christopher Herbert

Q&A With Emily Walsh

Letter: Helping Students With Dyslexia

Bruce Hodges

Pianists Make Their Mark With Very Different Composers

The Latest From Faculty, Staff, and Students March 2015

In Memoriam March 2015