April 2015, vol. 30, no. 7

Pierre Boulez

Ara Guzelimian

On April 19, David Robertson conducts the Juilliard Orchestra in a celebration of Pierre Boulez's 90th birthday. More
Le Nozze di Figaro title page

L. Michael Griffel

Music history department chair L. Michael Griffel explores the origins of some of the characters' names in "Figaro."More
Stephen Wadsworth

Ira Rosenblum

Stephen Wadsworth's production of "Le nozze di Figaro," opening this month, concludes a three-opera cycle.More
Juilliard Jazz Ensemble

K. Leander Williams

New Orleans clarinetist leads the Juilliard Jazz Ensembles in music by Jelly Roll Morton and King Oliver.More
Joel Sachs conducts the New Juilliard Ensemble

Joel Sachs

The New Juilliard Ensemble premieres five pieces on April 10, each representing a different American perspective.More
Austin Goodwin, choreographer

Kelsey Connolly

Michael Marquez

Cleo Person

Three student participants recount the process of putting together Senior Production performances.More
music manuscript

Joshua Simka

Meet the four student composers whose works will be performed by the Juilliard Orchestra on April 28.More
George Crumb "Time Is a Drifting River"

Daniel Druckman

The Juilliard Percussion Ensemble presents two of George Crumb's most bombastic works. More

Victoria Murray Brand

This past year Juilliard’s scholarship resources have been greatly enriched by generous donors.More
Paton Ashbrook

Susan Jackson

Meet six of Juilliard's scholarship recipients.More
Susan Jackson

Before the Curtain Rises

MAP Alum Heads the Phoenix Symphony

Manon Gage

Remembering Callback Weekend

Master Classes, Aeolus, Petschek Recital

Juilliard Archives

Pierre Boulez Visits Juilliard

Jane Kosminsky

Bruce Hodges

Alumni Discs Explore Links Between Music, Mathematics, and Art

Rebecca Vaccarelli

The Latest on Faculty, Staff, and Students April 2015

In Memoriam, April 2015

Cynthia Lee Wong

The Ultimate Juilliard Kid