March 2012, vol. 27, no. 5

Lawrence Rhodes

Risa Steinberg

Francisco Martinez

Each spring, the Dance Division mounts three repertory works; each of this year’s has connections with the Juilliard ... More

K. Leander Williams

Ron Carter, considered by many to be the dean of bass players, will be feted at a star-studded ... More

Brian Wise

EMI, the venerable music company, has just released debut recordings by three Juilliard musicians as part of a ... More

Lisa B. Robinson

What began as a response to concerns about overscheduling and a lack of breathing room for students has ... More
This month, two of New York’s finest period ensembles will collaborate for the first time: Historical Performance’s Juilliard415 ... More

Susan Jackson

Juilliard is stuffed full of talent—why not put on a musical? One big obstacle, as fourth-year actor Claire ... More

Evan Fein

Central to every great vocal recital is a great collaboration. In celebration of the synergy between singers and ... More

Edward Bilous

Music Technology Center students are transcending the traditional boundaries of the concert experience. In this year’s Beyond the ... More
Nick Stagliano

Q&A With Kitty Ferguson

Who's In This Mystery Photo?

Greg Sandow

A Powerful Word in Classical Music

A Juilliard Family Tree; A Thousand Thanks

Riccardo Salmona

Anthony Lioi

Maria Im

Which political or economic issue are you most concerned with?

Bruce Hodges

Keyboard Compendia—Works by Albéniz and Franck

Greta Berman

Beauty and Truth in Renaissance Portraiture

Jeni Dahmus

Antiwar Meeting (1935); Student Concerto Series (1942); International Federation of Music Students (1952); Billy Taylor Jazz Presentation (1990)

The Latest on Faculty, Staff, and Students

Susan Jackson

Organist Gerre Hancock, 77, Dies

Recent Deaths in the Juilliard Community

Angela Contreras Reyes

Ready for Spring Break