May 2011, vol. 26, no. 8

Composer and conductor John Adams will address the class of 2011 at Juilliard’s 106th commencement, on May 20 ... More
Relive the highlights of the season in this slide show.

Evan Fein

This year’s commencement concert, which will feature Brahms’s Violin Concerto and Saint-Saëns’s “Organ” Symphony, is unique in that ... More

Luke Conklin

Historical Performance launches its largest performance project yet: a co-production of Bach’s "St. Matthew Passion" with Yale. ... More

Lisa B. Robinson

Two very different plays by William Shakespeare—All’s Well That Ends Well, an engaging yet ambiguous “problem play,” and ... More

Benjamin Laude

With a medal from the Cliburn Competition, a coveted Avery Fisher Career Grant, and a list of orchestra ... More

Ingrid Kapteyn

The now-annual spring break festival in South Carolina, Juilliard in Aiken, has done nothing but grow since it ... More

Evan Fein

Since 2011 is the centenary of the death of Austrian symphonist Gustav Mahler—an occasion the Juilliard Orchestra marked ... More

Benjamin Laude

This semester, 33 Juilliard musicians participated in the eight-year-old Juilliard Chamber Orchestra (J.C.O.) under the guidance of alumnus ... More

Ruyi Lu

“We are such stuff as dreams are made on,” the exiled magician/politician Prospero tells the audience in Act ... More

ToniMarie Marchioni

At its core, the Academy, founded in January 2007, aspires to redefine what it means to be a ... More

Michael Curran-Dorsano

When I heard that actor Michael Urie (Group 32) would be the guest speaker at a Lunch With ... More
Percussionist Molly Yeh, who graduates this month with a Bachelor of Music degree, is the recipient of the ... More
Susan Jackson

Q&A With Limor Tomer

Cory Robertson

Sarah Levine Simon: Singing for Her Supper

Cecelia Hobbs Gardner

An Alumna Reflects on Juilliard and Beyond

Julie Jordan

Vanessa Nova

Bruce Hodges

Complex and Exhilarating: Chamber Works By Wuorinen and Friedman

Jeni Dahmus

First 8 Institute of Musical Art Grads (1906); Regents Accredit Juilliard (1934); Theater Center Tours Brazil (1977)

Molly Yeh

If you could switch majors at Juilliard for a day, which would you choose and why?

Greta Berman

Goodbye to ‘Cute’ at the Japan Society

Faculty-Student News May 2011

Recent Deaths in the Juilliard Community

Scott Aiello

Almost There