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Juilliard Baroque, Itamar Zorman CDs
Juilliard Baroque’s CD debut is Couperin’s “Les Nations”; Itamar Zorman plays works by Messiaen, Schubert, Chausson, Hindemith, and...
Alumni Discs Explore Links Between Music, Mathematics, and Art
Reviews of discs by percussionist Tom Kolor (Cage and Babbitt) and Tracy Silverman with the Calder Quartet.
Pianists Make Their Mark With Very Different Composers
Juilliard pianists Sean Chen and Vicky Chow have new albums: his of Ravel and Scriabin, hers with Tristan...
Exploring the 20th and 21st Centuries
Two Juilliard-trained violinists, Miranda Cuckson and Anne Akiko Meyers, release new albums of contemporary works.
December 2014/January 2015
CDs From Dawe and Fuchs
Juilliard composers: Jonathan Dawe’s fractal-inspired “Piercing are the Darts”; Kenneth Fuchs’s Don DeLillo-based “Falling Man.”
3 Releases From Jazz Grads
New jazz releases by Juilliard alums Jon Batiste, Mike Cottone, Clovis Nicolas
Juilliard String Quartet CD
Elliott Carter’s love of complexity and gleeful rhythmic energy help make these monumental quartets daunting for some.
Taaffe Zwilich Chamber Music; Appleby and Phillips Sing Moore
This month’s Juilliard alum CDs: chamber music by Ellen Taaffe Zwilich; Paul Appleby and Susanna Phillips Sing Moore
CD Reviews: Krakauer at the Movies; Bach Suites for Flute
This month, David Krakauer takes on movie music and Amy Porter performs flute transcriptions of Bach’s cello suites.
'Die Gezeichneten' ('The Stigmatized')
James Conlon is a persuasive advocate for neglected music of composers who were victims of the Nazis.
Contemporary Works for the Viola
New albums performed by Juilliard alum violists Hisin-Yung and Paul Coletti.
Sean Hickey Concertos and a Conrad Tao Excursion
Works by Sean Hickey played by Juilliard alums Dimtry Kouzov and Alexander Fiterstein; Pre-College alum Conrad Tao plays...
December 2013/January 2014
Alums Play Chamber Music By Dvorak and Adams
Outstanding readings of Dvorak’s Third and Fourth Piano Trios from Trio Solisti, and John Adams’s string quartets in...
Keyboard Virtuosity From Across Centuries
Alan Feinberg finds a 17th-century cutting edge and Jeremy Denk improbably pairs Ligeti and Beethoven.
Lindberg and Elgar Showpieces Released
Bruce Hodges turns his ear to new releases of music by Magnus Lindberg and Edward Elgar.
The Lark Quartet and counter)induction Record
Contemporary chamber music from the Lark Quartet and new-music ensemble counter)induction.
James and Dinnerstein Release New Song CDs
Recent alum CDs include Simone Dinnerstein’s stunning tribute to Nina Simone and Morgan James’s quietly transfixing Night.
A Pair of Violin Virtuosos: Anderegg and Shapira
Feelings and Dreams: Music by Philip Lasser and Vivian Fung
Heavenly Harpsichord Music
Works by Bach and Couperin show the majesty of the instrument.
December 2012/January 2013
A Cornucopia of Chamber Music
Outstanding playing by the award-winning Israeli Chamber Project and premieres from the Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival.
Diamond, Mann, and Mennin: Views of 3 Juilliard Composers
Beaser and Bolcom Song Cycles; Fleming Unveils French Music
Bruce Hodges reviews Open House: Song Cycles by Robert Beaser and William Bolcom and Renée Fleming’s Poèmes.
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Current Issue: September 2016
Gražinytė-Tyla Makes Her Debut
By Evan Fein
A Jam-Packed Performance Season
Paying Tribute to Jim Houghton
Letter From the Editor
Class Notes for September 2016
Spotlight on Huang Ruo
Life After Juilliard
Glimpses of Some Recent Alums
Alumni Q&A With Deborah Allton-Maher
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