February 2017, vol. 32, no. 5

The ‘sonic glue’ that binds works by John Adams and Pierre Boulez in an upcoming AXIOM concert is Hans Abrahamsen's ‘Schnee.’
Juilliard students share audition stories. Their tips? triple-check everything, perform your heart out, plan something fun afterward and more.
Juilliard actors interview directors about the trickiness of race, memory, and whether miracles can exist.
Medina Senghore and Orlando Pabotoy
By
Medina Senghore, Eric Harper, Justin Cunningham
Juilliard actors interview directors about the trickiness of race, memory, and whether miracles can exist. More
Laurence Cummings
By
Thomas May
In Handel's rarely heard 'Agrippina'—being performed by Juilliard Opera—the Devil gets the best tunes.More
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Juilliard students share audition stories. Their tips? triple-check everything, perform your heart out, plan something fun afterward and more.More
John Adams
By
Joshua Simka
The ‘sonic glue’ that binds works by John Adams and Pierre Boulez in an upcoming AXIOM concert is Hans Abrahamsen's ‘Schnee.’More
Robert Levin
By
Paul Thomason
Robert Levin on how—and why—he completed the Mozart Requiem.More
Ghosts of Versailles
By
Joshua Simka
Juilliard was well represented among 2017 Grammy winners.More

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Wednesday, February 22, 2017

There will be staged performances on Feb. 18, 20, and 22. Extremely limited seating.

Wednesday, February 22, 2017
Thursday, February 23, 2017
Thursday, March 16, 2017
Monday, March 27, 2017