March 2017, vol. 32, no. 6

New online classes will allow more students to take advantage of Juilliard's expertise.
Dancers in Juilliard’s spring rep program (2017: Duato, Morris, Alston) must honor the choreographers’ intent and keep the movement alive.
Drama student Brittany Bradford recounts the birth of the first Juilliard-NYU black theater festival. She’s a founder and artistic director.
Juilliard Open Classroom student
New online classes will allow more students to take advantage of Juilliard's expertise.More
Dana Pajarillaga and Malik Williams
Dancers in Juilliard’s spring rep program (2017: Duato, Morris, Alston) must honor the choreographers’ intent and keep the movement alive.More
snow in park
Thanks to everyone who participated in the #juilliardsnowday photo contest!More
Cracked Orlando
By
Zachary Green
Faculty member Jon Dawe’s fractal-Baroque opera ‘Cracked Orlando’ was partly inspired by how the worlds of Bach and Boulez coexist. More
Detail of Persinger's “A Daily Study in Thirds.”
By
Ray Iwazumi
Lightening Musical Drudgery
The Juilliard Manuscript Collection offers a glimpse of the lighter side of the relationship of two musical titans.More
voice student
For information about Juilliard-affiliated summer arts programs, go to juilliard.edu/summer.More
Reena Esmail
By
Danika Paskvan
Juilliard composition alum Reena Esmail talks about her work’s Historical Performance world premiere in the Journal.More

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Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Performances take place March 22 to 25.

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Alice Tully Hall

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Performances take place March 23-25

Monday, March 27, 2017

This class will be live-streamed.