April 2009, vol. 24, no. 7

Evan Fein

French conductor Ludovic Morlot is one of the conducting world’s rising stars; having already led such ensembles as ... More

Ira Rosenblum

The Academy, the education and performance initiative founded and jointly administered by Juilliard and Carnegie Hall, will reduce ... More

Joel Krosnick

For the Juilliard String Quartet, the 2008-09 season comes to a bittersweet end as the ensemble says goodbye ... More

Alexandra Snyder Dunbar

The Juilliard community was treated to an afternoon of musical counsel from a great early-music pioneer and master, ... More

Benjamin Laude

Director Stephen Wadsworth and conductor Keri-Lynn Wilson make their Juilliard Opera debuts this month when the J.O.C. presents ... More

Ryan Francis

John Corigliano can add one more honor to the list of many he's already received: Juilliard’s Literature and ... More

Jonathan Estabrooks

An afternoon audience in Paul Hall was treated to the rare opportunity of hearing renowned performer and teacher, ... More

Rob Ross

The Pre-College Division’s operatic voice program, led by Lorraine Nubar, offers a comprehensive music curriculum on a day ... More

Victoria Murray Brand

News of generous news scholarships given recently is especially welcome in these turbulent economic times. More
Historian Neil Roberts

Lyn Schoch

As part of the Liberal Arts department’s speaker series, Neil Roberts, assistant professor of Africana Studies and faculty ... More

Jane Rubinsky

"Baghdad Barcarolle" (Nodin Press, 2008) is a new biography of Beatrice Ohanessian (1959, piano), Iraq’s foremost classical pianist. ... More
Melissa Odens

Q&A With Joan Brill

Kathryn Carissimi

Eddie Snyder: Still Songwriting After All These Years

Quentin Kim

The Legacy of Wanda Landowska

Anthony Lioi

Earth Day '09: The Great Work Begins

Bruce Hodges

2 String Mavericks Mix Classical With Pop and Jazz

Jeni Dahmus

Augustus Juilliard Dies (1919); Juilliard Dance Theater Debuts (1955); Arthur Miller Visits Juilliard (1979); Menotti Stages Operas (1987)

Michael Maione

Yassmeen Abdulhamid

Faculty-Student News April 2009

In Memoriam April 2009

Jane Rubinsky

Joseph Bloch, 91, Mentor to Generations of Pianists

Louis Nagel

Remembering a Legendary Teacher

Jane Rubinsky

Pearl Lang, 87, Choreographer and Graham Protegee, Dies

Greta Berman

5 European Masterpieces on Loan at the Frick

More "Klinghoffer"; All Things Not Being Equal

Nick Choksi

Rod Blagojevich's New Book Hits the Stands