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Molly Yeh (B.M. ’11,
) was the editorial assistant of
from 2011 to 2013.
Articles by Molly Yeh
The Prop Shop: Skulls, Swords, and Shrubbery
Like a sword fight without swords or a Hamlet without a skull, a world without the prop shop would be dysfunctional.
LineC3 Percussion Ensemble: Rigorous Fun
Percussion ensemble LineC3’s mission: “to play with an uncompromising standard of performance and a rigorous emphasis on fun.”
7 to Be Presented With Honorary Degrees
This year’s honorary degree recipients are Daniel Day-Lewis, Ohad Naharin, Dawn Upshaw, Alfred Brendel, Sonny Rollins, Michael Moritz, and Harriet Heyman.
Q&A With Nadia Sirota
Nadia Sirota (B.M. ’04, M.M. ’06, viola) has become one of New York’s biggest new-music fiends.
Bychkov to Make His Juilliard Debut
Russian conductor Semyon Bychkov lead the Juilliard Orchestra’s season opener, which includes works by Dutilleux, Rachmaninoff, and Brahms. ...
A Brand-New Paper in Town
There’s a new paper at Juilliard: It’s called "The Yard" and it’s entirely student-run. ...
Q&A With Genghis Barbie
Formed in 2010, self-described “post post-feminist feminist all-female horn experience” Genghis Barbie is succeeding at what it does.
Brad and Doug Balliett: Musical Twins Find Their Paths Keep Converging
Identical twins Brad and Doug Balliett have more in common than genes and their trademark round thick-rimmed eyeglasses. Take, for example, at the ripe old ...
Q&A With Raja Rahman and Jarrett Parker
While many artists metaphorically make magic on the stage, Raja Rahman (B.M. ’91, M.M. ’93, piano) does so quite literally. Ten years ago, he met ...
Michael Stuhlbarg: An 'Eloquent Gangster' on Tough Love and Metabolism Busters
Drama Alum Michael Stuhlbarg was the guest of honor at the first installment of this year;s Lunch With an Alum series. ...
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Current Issue: December-January 2013
Dance Gives Bausch Work Its U.S. Premiere
By Eve Jacobs
Schnittke Headlines Focus! Fest
By Joel Sachs
ChamberFest Encapsulates What Juilliard Can Offer
By Margaret Davis
Historical Performance Tackles Beethoven
By Allen Hamrick
A Harpist Carves Out Her Own Sphere—in Fashion
By Yassmeen Abdulhamid
Alumni News for December 2013-January 2014
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Wagner’s Music in Israel: Untenable or Eye-Opening?
What is your outlook on recent lockouts, strikes, and bankruptcies in the performing arts world, and how do you they will shape the future of the arts?
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