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Paul Neubauer, the youngest string principal ever to join the NY Phil, on trying to entice his violinist...
Chair, Ear Training Department; Theory, Graduate Studies, and Evening Division Faculties
Juilliard ear training guru Wayne Oquin on his very busy life as a composer and teacher.
December 2016/January 2017
Modern Dance Faculty
Martha Graham acolyte Terese Capucilli, a Juilliard dance teacher, was one of 7 siblings whose dad found calm...
Violin Faculty Member
Violin faculty member Sylvia Rosenberg reflects on her life at Juilliard, studying with Nadia Boulanger, and the importance...
Cello and Chamber Music Faculty; Juilliard String Quartet
Astrid Schween entered Juilliard at 7 and stayed through her master’s degree. Now she’s back, with the Juilliard...
My conducting is informed by my inner ear as a composer, and my own music would never shape...
Juilliard faculty member Tom Cabaniss reveals what composers do all day—and how it’s possible to make a living...
Juilliard faculty members Laurie Smukler and Robert McDonald give a Bartok recital on March 17.
Juilliard Drama faculty member says her life is a cabaret though she doesn't think life is a cabaret...
December 2015/January 2016
Donald and Vivian Weilerstein
Donald Weilerstein, Violin Faculty; Vivian Hornik Weilerstein, Chamber Music Faculty
Donald and Vivian Weilerstein on what it’s like working with their daughter and how they wind down after...
Director, Historical Performance
That that early repertory does so much with so few notes was one reason Juilliard Historical Performance’s Robert...
Juilliard Jazz faculty
Juilliard percussion alum Mark Sherman has worked the gamut of the New York freelance scene over the last...
Chair, Music Theory and Analysis
Prof Steve Laitz is in awe of the level of performance and the amount of cross-discipline collaboration at...
Alexander Technique Faculty
Juilliard faculty member Lori Schiff talks about the Alexander Technique and her recent work with the West Point...
Jane Kosminsky’s latest theatrical project is about Edwin Booth—the famous actor with the infamous brother.
Juilliard Jazz Faculty
Juilliard prof Elio Villafranca on life in Cuba; balancing his classical and jazz training; and being a pianist-composer-percussionist.
A hockey fan, a foodie - and a Pulitzer Prize-winning composer - Steven Stucky joined the Juilliard faculty...
December 2014/January 2015
College, Pre-College, and Evening Division Faculty; Chamber Music Manager
I wondered why I could be totally prepared but go on stage and sound like a shell of...
Orchestral Studies Faculty
Juilliard alum and prof (and New York Phil cellist) Eric Bartlett rode his bike across the country in 2005.
Liberal Arts Professor
Liberal Arts faculty member Aaron Jaffe celebrated completing his dissertation by going out with family and getting a...
College and Pre-College Clarinet Faculties
Rochester, N.Y., native Alan Kay, a clarinet faculty member, came to Juilliard in 1979—and has never left.
Renée Marie Baron
Liberal Arts Faculty
Civil Rights Act anniversary-inspire coursework has been a highlight of Liberal Arts faculty member Renée Baron’s year...
Guitar Department Chair
Sharon Isbin is drawn to students who are passionate, disciplined, talented, open-minded, creative, sensitive, and curious.
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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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