October 2009, vol. 25, no. 2

Evan Fein

Thirty years ago, the arts in China stood perilously close to annihilation, the primary victim of the Cultural ...More

Amelia Pedlow

George Bernard Shaw himself recognized that his play Arms and the Man “really would not stand … unless ...More
If pressed, the musicians who work with Bernard Haitink will attest to the 80-year-old conductor’s graceful baton technique, ...More
Special Section
João Kouyoumdjian
João Kouyoumdjian
“I have always dreamed of making a contribution to my native country of Brazil,” writes master’s degree guitar...More
Cello student Patrick McGuire with a youngster
Megan Griffin
A simple Google search led a group of Juilliard volunteers to Arusha, Tanzania, where they spent two weeks...More
Students from the Bay Area
Troy MacklinKelly Hannegan
The volunteers on the Bay Area Tour (BAT) had a mission: to motivate people to explore their creative...More

Benjamin Sosland

Among the many activities planned during the inaugural year of Juilliard’s newest graduate degree program, Juilliard Historical Performance, ...More

Benjamin Laude

Fifty years as a cohesive chamber music ensemble is no small achievement.More

Roger Oliver

When the Juilliard Jazz Orchestra takes the stage of the Peter Jay Sharp Theater on October 7, it ...More

Jessica Chow

In presenting the very first master class of its debut season, the Juilliard Historical Performance program may have ...More

Lisa B. Robinson

Thanks to the exceptional generosity and foresight of the late Ralph Hollander, Juilliard’s collection of rare stringed instruments ...More
As an orientation chair, I took great pride in greeting incoming students, showing them their new school, and ...More

Michael Cottone

At 7 a.m. sharp on August 3, the Juilliard Jazz Orchestra began a 9,000-mile trip from 65th Street ...More

Tom McEvoy

For students everywhere, summer means free time, rest, and welcome relief from classes. For Juilliard Jazz students, summer ...More
Sarah Kricheff

Q&A With David Adjmi

Kathryn Carissimi

Spotlight on Jerome Wigler

Evan Todd

The Straight Fight for Gay Rights

Bärli Nugent

Competitions, Revisited

Lisa Andersen

Patrick Posey

Bruce Hodges

The Yin and Yang of Modern Chinese Music

Jeni Dahmus

Institute of Musical Art Opens (1905); Juilliard Celebrates Lincoln Center Move (1969); Drama's Lithuanian Exchange (1990)

Greta Berman

Visiting the Museum of Arts and Design

Faculty-Student News October 2009

In Memoriam October 2009