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from 1994 to 2009.
Articles by Jane Rubinsky
Mad Hot (Juilliard) Ballroom
Ballroom dance has been part of the Juilliard actors’ movement training for 14 years, a one-semester class for first-year students taught by Alexander Technique teacher ...
Joseph Bloch, 91, Mentor to Generations of Pianists
With an encyclopedic knowledge and a quick wit, his classes enthralled and educated his students as they learned of the rich environment that encompasses the ...
Pearl Lang, 87, Choreographer and Graham Protegee, Dies
Biography Highlights Iraqi Pianist and Juilliard Alum
"Baghdad Barcarolle" (Nodin Press, 2008) is a new biography of Beatrice Ohanessian (1959, piano), Iraq’s foremost classical pianist.
Lorna Burdsall: Dancing From Connecticut to Cuba
Eanet Selected as New 1st Violinist of J.S.Q.
Nick Eanet, a co-concertmaster of the Met Opera Orchestra, has been chosen to replace Joel Smirnoff as the first violinist of the Juilliard String Quaret. ...
Ellen Taaffe Zwilich: The Goose-Bump Test
Moshe Cotel: A Rabbi at the Piano
New Lobby ... New Box Office ... New Season!
As Juilliard begins to unveil the results of two years of major construction this fall, the School launches a performance season of more than 700 ...
Q&A With Elizabeth McPherson
Martha Hill was responsible for founding and directing three degree-granting college dance programs or departments: at Bennington. N.Y.U., and Juilliard.
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