April 2008, vol. 23, no. 7

Ira Rosenblum

The Metropolitan Opera and Juilliard are creating a joint program to train the finest young opera singers, accompanists, ...More

Wendy Weisman

Thorton Wilder's 1938 Pulitzer Prize-winning play Our Town was turned into an opera—courtesy of composer Ned Rorem (photo) ...More

Brian Wise

In 1908, a circle of young Russian composers formed the Society for Jewish Folk Music, whose aim was ...More

Evan Fein

What happens when classical music clashes with its society? This is the question that James Conlon will address ...More

James Conlon

I have adopted this enigmatic and ambiguous title to focus on a small fraction of the rich musical ...More

Edward Klorman

Juilliard has a knack for discovering young, virtuoso conductors on the brink of major international careers, and Stefan ...More

Mari Kimura

Edward Bilous

The eighth edition of Beyond the Machine, Art of Groove, features works using electronics that in some way ...More

Barret Anspach

Though much has been made of Elliott Carter’s 99th birthday in the last few months, he is not ...More

Charles Neidich

It's not a requirement that a performer befriend a composer in order to relish playing his or her ...More

Jane Gottlieb

The renowned pen company Montegrappa Italia has announced its sponsorship of the Juilliard Manuscript Collection Web site. More

Drew Pierson

Equal parts intellectual genius and pedagogical master, Ron Carter shared with students his attention to detail and reflected ...More

Ann Miller

“Sometimes I wish I had been Eric Clapton,” the esteemed Baroque violinist Monica Huggett exclaimed during a master ...More

Mary Persin

Jason Calloway

To paraphrase Charles Dickens’ immortal words: It’s been the best of times and the worst of times. As ...More

Jessica Love

Play a recital wearing a dress made entirely of empty juice pouches? Sure! says Soyeon Lee.More

Mary Ellen Beaudreau

The room was full of actors, dancers, and musicians, but the star of the show was Jane Powell, ...More

Peter "Finn" Wittrock

In what has become an annual tradition, a group of spirited and generous Juilliard students headed south on ...More
Jennifer Fuschetti

Q&A With Bill Marx

Melissa Odens

Matt Herskowitz: The Frontiers of Fusion

Ted Goldman

The Case For a Diversity of Sound

Loren Schoenberg

Brahms, Ellington, and the Elements of Suprise

Banu Ogan

Keith J. Lewis

Bruce Hodges

Electronic Duets That Dazzle; Brahms in His Autumnal Glory

Jeni Dahmus

Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Van Cliburn's 1958 Triumph

Greta Berman

Capturing the City in Photography and Paint

Bob Donnelly

How to Secure the Future of Your Ensemble

Faculty-Student News April 2008

In Memoriam April 2008