October 2016, vol. 32, no. 2

Juilliard fourth-years reflect on how they’ve changed as actors as they begin their roles in Shaw’s 1909 farce.
Composers and new music are in Juilliard's DNA and it’s essential that both be part of daily life here—hence, lots of new music this month.
Juilliard Jazz Orchestra guest conductor Bill Charlap on the legacy of Gerry Mulligan, a midwife at the birth of jazz’s “cool school.”
"Misalliance" rehearsal
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Victoria Pollack, Lauren Donahue, Alexander Shaw
Juilliard fourth-years reflect on how they’ve changed as actors as they begin their roles in Shaw’s 1909 farce.More
By
Charles Sheek
Composers and new music are in Juilliard's DNA and it’s essential that both be part of daily life here—hence, lots of new music this month...More
Steve Reich
By
Ray Lustig
Juilliard’s AXIOM ensemble celebrates Steve Reich’s 80th birthday with a concert; this Journal interview was done for his 70th.More
Bill Charlap
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K. Leander Williams
Juilliard Jazz Orchestra guest conductor Bill Charlap on the legacy of Gerry Mulligan, a midwife at the birth of jazz’s “cool school.”More
Joseph W. Polisi
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Joseph W. Polisi
Polisi at convocation: Be sure the subtlety and joy the arts embody continues to flourish so it can enrich our souls in these turbulent times.More
Mildred Kayden
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Katie Murtha
Juilliard laid the foundation for Mildred Kayden’s life's work. Her new scholarship will allow it to do so for other Pre-College students.More
Branden Jacobs-Jenkins
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Susan Jackson
Juilliard faculty member and playwriting alum Branden Jacobs-Jenkins is one of the 2016 MacArthur Fellows.More
The 2016-17 doctoral forums take place on select Tuesdays at 5pm in Morse Hall. More