December 2013/January 2014, vol. 29, no. 4

Darrell Grand Moultrie

Eve Jacobs

This year’s New Dances production features three new dances and a reconstruction of a 1975 work by alumna ...More
Giya Kancheli and Alfred Schnittke

Joel Sachs

This year’s Focus! festival commemorates what would have been the 80th birthday of Alfred Schnittke, who died in ...More
Juilliard Chamberfest

Margaret Davis

ChamberFest is the annual weeklong salute to chamber music that students put together at the end of winter ...More
Monica Huggett

Allen Hamrick

As historical performers, we think about the historical context a great deal, especially when it directly influences our ...More

Yassmeen Abdulhamid

Most Juilliard alums are of necessity pretty single-minded, but Arielle Rodgers has had dual identities—in music and fashion—since ...More

Susan Jackson

The Jerome L. Greene Foundation will give Juilliard $7 million, bringing its scholarship contributions to $25.5 million.More
Michael Musgrave
Composition faculty member Michael Musgrave started being “consumed by music” when he was 4 years old. He still is.More
Karen Wagner

Yassmeen Abdulhamid

After 35 years at Juilliard that began with a part-time stint, V.P. Karen Wagner is retiring in January.More
Orlando Pabotoy

Molly Yeh

Alum Orlando Pabotoy returns to Juilliard to direct Brecht’s Caucasian Chalk Circle—and reflect on how acting can help ...More
Midori Samson and Kids

Midori Samson

I saw the power music had to bring joy. I realized lucky I am to be a musician. More
Glenn Dicterow

Susan Jackson

A recital celebrates longtime faculty member Glenn Dicterow, who’s stepping down as the concertmaster of the New York ...More
Wodehouse, Bolton and Kern.

Steven Blier

The New York Festival of Song celebrates P. G. Wodehouse’s collaborations with Jerome Kern and others at Juilliard.More
The Church of St. Mary the Virgin Organ

Raymond Nagem

The Church of St. Mary the Virgin will host a recital by the eight Juilliard organ students.More
Richard Wagner

John J. H. Muller

This summer, motivated by a spirit of bicentennial celebration or penance, I read Newman’s four-volume Life of Wagner ...More
Congrats to Audra McDonald and Jeremy Denk, who won 2014 Musical America Awards, which will be presented December 17.More

Who’s In This Mystery Photo?

Talia Horvitz

Wagner’s Music in Israel: Untenable or Eye-Opening?

Caitlin Choi

Marie Daniels

What is your outlook on recent lockouts, strikes, and bankruptcies in the performing arts world, and how do you they will shape the future of the arts?

Bruce Hodges

Alums Play Chamber Music By Dvorak and Adams

Dan K. Kurland

Serendipity, Colorful Socks, And Practice, Practice, Practice

Greta Berman

A Darker Side of Marc Chagall

The Latest on Faculty, Staff, and Students

Recent Deaths in the Juilliard Community

Jiwon Kim

Happy Holidays Juilliard-Style