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Margaret Shakespeare is a freelance writer in New York City.
Articles by Margaret Shakespeare
Ana Valdes-Lim uses a metaphor about small boats in the ocean when she talks about performing arts throughout the world. Valdes-Lim (Group 13, drama) acts, ...
Weathering the Economic Storm … and Flourishing
Soprano Arianna Zukerman (B.M. ’95, voice) crisscrosses the United States, travels regularly to the Netherlands, Canada, Portugal, and beyond to sing Mozart operas on stage ...
Probing the Performing Arts-Health Care Connection
Examples of the overlap between performance and medicine occur as far back as the ancient Greeks and Romans.
Running the Show
Many Juilliard graduates have started performance companies, become producers or entrepreneurs. It begs the question: How—and why—did they end up going from being part of ...
Keeping It All in the Family
When musical genes are shared, family relationships can come with all kinds of possibilities. Here are Juilliard families the Gilberts, the Shahams, the Dichters, the ...
Juilliard Alums Embrace Entrepreneurship
The Juilliard campus is abuzz with the theme of entrepreneurship this year; these alums have already embraced it.
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