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Cory Robertson was
's editorial assistant from 2009 to 2011.
Articles by Cory Robertson
Sarah Levine Simon: Singing for Her Supper
A series of musical cooking videos have alumna Sarah Levine Simon singing about everything from sausage to strudel.
A Piano Student Remembered
The Norman Siegel Memorial Scholarship commemorates a Pre-College graduate who died in 2010. ...
Elizabeth Sawyer, 79, Dance Historian, Dies
Elizabeth Sawyer, 79, a dance historian, Juilliard graduate, and former faculty member, died in her sleep on December 23, 2010, at her home in Port ...
Exhibit Explores How the Brain ‘Dances’ at an Audition
Science may not be the favorite subject of most performing artists. Yet an upcoming exhibit at the American Museum of Natural History, titled Brain: The ...
Music for the Masses
This summer, the New York City landscape was dotted with tourists, ice cream trucks, and pianos. ...
Craig Watjen, Former Juilliard Trustee, 74
Juilliard alumnus and trustee, Microsoft executive and philanthropist Craig Watjen died of cancer August 13, 2010.
7 Honorary Doctorates to Be Awarded at Commencement
Playwright Tony Kushner—whose epic, two-part play Angels in America won a Pulitzer Prize and two Tony Awards—will address the class of 2010 at Juilliard’s 105th ...
A New Fund for Emergency Health Care Needs
The David Pini Emergency Medical Fund, honoring the actor, director, and dance company manager David Pini, helps students in need meet the costs of health ...
Earl Wild, Champion of the Romantic Piano, 94, Dies
New Scholarship Honors the Career of a Leader and Artist Manager
Behind every named scholarship is a story. The newly created Byron J. Gustafson Scholarship, an endowed music scholarship with preference for piano students, honors the ...
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Dance Gives Bausch Work Its U.S. Premiere
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ChamberFest Encapsulates What Juilliard Can Offer
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Historical Performance Tackles Beethoven
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