December 2016/January 2017, vol. 32, no. 4

Vocal Arts undergraduates Khady Gueye and Tatum Robertson tell The Journal about the newly revived Juilliard Black Student Union.
Samora Pinderhughes hopes Juilliard students will continue to make new work together with courage, conviction, and radical imagination.
Doctoral student Jiayan Sun makes a case for Ferrucio Busoni as much more than just a Bach-Liszt hyphenate.
The Juilliard Black Student Union
By
Andrew Munn
Vocal Arts undergraduates Khady Gueye and Tatum Robertson tell The Journal about the newly revived Juilliard Black Student Union.More
Alan Gilbert
By
Benjamin Hochman
Alan Gilbert tells the Journal why he programmed an “incredibly rich, poetic” Dutilleux concerto with Shostakovich 4 for the Juilliard Orchestra.More
Roberto Sierra
By
Joel Sachs
The chief aim of Focus! is to let Juilliard students extend their experience and skills. This year’s features the music of Latin America.More
Alberto Ginastera
By
Manuel Sosa
Alberto Ginastera was one of the most influential 20th-century Latin American composers; the Juilliard Orchestra pays homage in Focus! 2017.More
Kristian Bezuidenhout
By
Robert Warner
Juilliard415 continues its tradition of working with sought-after historical performance figures: renowned fortepianist Kristian Bezuidenhout.More
Conner Bormann and Riley O'Flynn
By
Sarah Adriance
Four premieres in one show! Get the Juilliard New Dances scoop from choreographers Heginbotham, Skarpetowska, Tanowitz, and Neenan. More
Jack Shear and Steve Reich
A new Juilliard scholarship honoring artistic visionaries Steve Reich and Ellsworth Kelly recognizes the communion of art across disciplines.More
Busoni
By
Jiayan Sun
Doctoral student Jiayan Sun makes a case for Ferrucio Busoni as much more than just a Bach-Liszt hyphenate. More