April 2014, vol. 29, no. 7

Banish notions of fairies in tutus and a pumpkin and mice transforming into a coach and coachmen. The Juilliard Opera’s production of Cendrillon, Massenet’s version of the Cinderella story, embraces the tale’s magic, but it’s an emphatically non-Disney sort. The opera,...
Eight years ago, in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, a group of Juilliard students went to New Orleans over spring break for a whirlwind week of outreach and performance. The trip was so successful that it has been continued ever since. This year’s version took 18...
At the end of each semester, Philip Lasser’s Composition for Non-Majors class puts on a concert called Double Vision. The title refers to the double passion of student performers who compose; because of this unique duality, these students bring a different set of...
The Republic of Mongolia was on the periphery of world politics from the death of Genghis Khan until the 1960-89 confrontation between the Soviet Union and China, when Mongolia was in every sense caught in the middle. Now it is back in the news as it exploits its enormous...
Anthony Lioi and Steve Cosson
Eric Harper
A Catalyst to Make the World Better
Steve Cosson, a leading contemporary voice at the intersection of drama and climate justice, spoke to students. More
Caldwell Davis Scholarship
Mike Truesdell
An encounter at the Juilliard in Aiken festival has led to a warm relationship—and a new percussion scholarship. More
Julia Bullock
Juilliard community members won Naumburg, Fisher, and American Academy of Arts and Letters prizes in March. More
Wilson and Wofford
Facebook Is the Catalyst
Anthony Wofford and Jesse Wilson met on the Juilliard Drama Alumni Facebook page and began collaborating. More

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Friday, April 11, 2014

April 11-May 1 at the Public Theater

Monday, April 14, 2014

Morse Hall

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Students in the Composing for Non-Composers class perform their works in Morse Hall.

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

April 23, 25, and 27; Peter Jay Sharp Theater

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Works by Strauss, Rachmaninoff, Mozart, Lerner & Loewe, and others; the performance is followed by dinner and dancing in the tent at Damrosch Park.