November 2009, vol. 25, no. 3

Benjamin Laude

Alfred Brendel, world-renowned pianist, speaks with piano master's degree student Benjamin Laude in a wide-ranging interview that covers ... More

Golda Schultz

Handel's "Ariodante" premiered in London in 1735 to great success, but fell into obscurity for some 200 years—eventually ... More

ToniMarie Marchioni

“I had no idea what to expect,” said soprano Susanna Phillips about the launch of her career. But ... More

Benjamin Sosland

Soprano Renée Fleming, who graduated from Juilliard in 1987, held court at a master class in the Peter ... More

Frankie Alvarez

A fascinating and vividly inventive play, "Savage in Limbo" is the story of four lost souls, and the ... More

Nick Eanet

Being a part of the Juilliard String Quartet is a life-changing experience. Joining such an iconic quartet is ... More

Joel Sachs

The New Juilliard Ensemble’s invitation to participate in Carnegie Hall’s Ancient Paths, Modern Voices festival celebrating Chinese culture ... More

Kris Bowers

Fourth-year piano student Kris Bowers riffs on saxophonist, composer, and bandleader Branford Marsalis, who will play with the ... More

Jane Gottlieb

The School's manuscript collection—which counts among its holdings documents from composers such as Bach, Debussy, Schumann, Stravinsky, Wagner, ... More

Cory Robertson

Those who hurry through Juilliard’s lobby may not notice its newest addition, a pink ripplefold curtain approximately 25 ... More

Kathryn Carissimi

On September 24, Juilliard happily hosted the return of an old friend—Fred Plotkin. More

Liesel Allen-Yeager

Greg Jbara made the Drama students feel at ease when he arrived for his Lunch With an Alum ... More
Lisa B. Robinson

Q&A With Christina Courtin

Conrad Winslow

Harold Hagopian: For the Record

Benjamin Laude

The Responsibility of Artists

Robert White

Plus ça change?

Two Thumbs Up

In Memory of a Great Teacher

David Chan

Courtney Blackwell

Bruce Hodges

New Take on an Old Form and A Viola Love Fest

Greta Berman

William Blake: Praise the Lord With Stringed Instruments

Jeni Dahmus

Festival of Contemporary French Music (1948); Stockhausen Speaks (1958); Collegium Musicum Performs (1970); Dance Ensemble Premieres 4 Commissions (1987)

Faculty-Student News November 2009

In Memoriam November 2009