September 2015, vol. 31, no. 1

Juilliard is staging a wide variety of dance, drama, and music productions this fall.
The Juilliard Orchestra under Nicholas McGegan will play a slightly different ending to the slow movement of Beethoven’s Sixth.
Flutist Melanie Williams on her Grand Tour with Juilliard415: New York, Paris, Boston, London, Leipzig.
Juilliard Orchestra at Carnegie Hall
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Susan Jackson
Juilliard is staging a wide variety of dance, drama, and music productions this fall.More
Nicholas McGegan
The Juilliard Orchestra under Nicholas McGegan will play a slightly different ending to the slow movement of Beethoven’s Sixth.More
Boo Killebrew
Fourth-year actors will perform three plays written by women in the Juilliard playwriting program.More
Juilliard415
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Melanie Williams
Flutist Melanie Williams on her Grand Tour with Juilliard415: New York, Paris, Boston, London, Leipzig. More
Joel Sachs and NJE
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Joel Sachs
Joel Sachs previews the New Juilliard Ensemble season.More
Emmy Award
Eight Juilliard alums have received 2015 Emmy nominations. More
Juilliard Tony Winners
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Susan Jackson
Congratulations to Juilliard alums Alex Sharp, Sam Gold, and Stephen Schwartz on their 2015 Tony Awards.More
Juilliard congratulates the class of 2015
Some 250 musicians, dancers, and actors were honored at Juilliard's 110th graduation ceremony.More
Nicholas Hytner
Be hungry for all art, high and low, British director Nicholas Hytner exhorted Juilliard's 250 grads.More
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Noa Kageyama
Juilliard faculty member Noa Kageyama's tips for making the most of your practice time.More
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Jay Wenk
Jay Wenk remembers postwar Juilliard life, especially William Bergsma.More
A number of new faculty members have started at Juilliard.More

Slideshow of Recent Events

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Friday, September 11, 2015

The season opens with a concert by the Historical Performance faculty ensemble in residence.

Sunday, September 20, 2015
Friday, September 25, 2015
Saturday, September 26, 2015

Peter Jay Sharp Theater