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Susan Jackson became editor-in-chief of
in October 2010.
Articles by Susan Jackson
Q&A With Rondi Charleston
Rondi Charleston, who studied drama and then voice at Juilliard, is now a jazz singer.
Risë Stevens 1913-2013
Metropolitan Opera star Risë Stevens, a Juilliard-trained mezzo-soprano, died on March 22, 2013, at 99.
Robert Ward 1917-2013
Former Juilliard faculty member and Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Robert Eugene Ward died on April 3, 2013.
Spotlight on Austin McCormick
Austin McCormick is ready for the next chapter for his Baroque-based, modern-infused, burlesque-tinged, hurricane-damaged dance company’s home.
David Hamilton 1935-2013
Journalist, music critic, and former Juilliard faculty member David P. Hamilton died February 19 at age 78.
Stephen Belber: The "McReele" Thing
Alumnus Stephen Belber’s "McReele"—to be performed by the fourth-year drama students—explores notions of credibility in politics.
James DePreist 1936-2013
James Anderson DePreist, Juilliard’s director emeritus of conducting and orchestral studies, died on February 8, 2013, in Scottsdale, Ariz.
David Lloyd 1920-2013
David Lloyd, the director of the Juilliard American Opera Center from 1985 to 1988, died on February 8.
MAP Gift Assures Future
A $5 million gift will all but assure the future of the 22-year-old Music Advancement Program.
4th-Year Drama's Clean House
The fourth-year drama students perform Sarah Ruhl's comedy Clean House.
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Current Issue: March 2017
The Spring Repertory Program Blooms
New Dimensions for 'Cracked Orlando'
By Zachary Green
Online Classes Broaden Juilliard’s Reach
Class Notes for March 2017
ChaNigel: Old Friends, a New Program
Life After Juilliard
Glimpses of Some Recent Alums March 2017
You Can Be a Juilliard Student For a Night
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