April 2010, vol. 25, no. 7

Benjamin Sosland

Dialogues des Carmélites contains no scintillating love stories, cases of mistaken identities, or high-flying arias. Yet Poulenc’s opera, ... More
Paul Chihara

Joel Sachs

In classical music there is new and then there is new. While some people consider anything after Debussy ... More

Kris Bowers

Imagine being a young jazz composer, struck with inspiration. You’ve spent many sleepless nights orchestrating and arranging your ... More

Breanna O'Mara

“Rule eight: No one can take anything from you if you do not give it to them.” This ... More

Victoria Murray Brand

The Juilliard School is grateful for a robust group of new current and endowed scholarships, which have greatly ... More

Cory Robertson

The David Pini Emergency Medical Fund, honoring the actor, director, and dance company manager David Pini, helps students ... More
Amelia Pedlow

Q&A With Anthony Mackie

Molly Yeh

Harold Haff: Performing in the Kitchen

Lewis Kaplan

Reflections on Legacy

Keenan Boswell

Extending Beyond the Classical Community

Rob Nairn

Anna Elisabeth Metzger

David ClausenMolly Yeh

If you could have President Polisi’s job for a day, what would you do?

Bruce Hodges

A (Mostly) Forgotten Composer and Violin Duos, With Grit and Cream

Jeni Dahmus

Martha Graham Hosts Juilliard Students (1934); R. Strauss's "Capriccio" Premieres (1954); Boulez Master Class (1973)

Tony Song

The Department That Sets the Record Straight

Faculty-Student News April 2010

Greta Berman

William Kentridge Takes a Nose Dive

Recent Deaths in the Juilliard Community

Sarah Kricheff

David Soyer, Cellist and Guarneri String Quartet Founder, Dies

Samuel Rhodes

Remembering David Soyer: A Beloved Friend and Colleague