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Performance Ensembles and Opportunities

Performance Ensembles and Opportunities

Performing before a live audience is one of the most valuable aspects of a Juilliard education, and here at the School, the opportunities to do so are abundant. Our young artists participate in nearly 700 Juilliard-sponsored performance activities presented annually in music (solo, chamber, orchestral, jazz, contemporary, and opera), dance, and drama, many of which are offered free of charge to the public. 

Most performances take place in one of Juilliard’s main performance spaces: The Peter Jay Sharp Theater, Paul Recital Hall, Morse Hall, and the Rosemary and Meredith Willson Theater, but our students also regularly appear at other major New York City venues including Carnegie Hall, where the Juilliard Orchestra gives annual concerts; the Blue Note Jazz Club, where Juilliard Jazz enjoys regular gigs; and at Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall, where the school’s popular Wednesdays at One series and other performances take place each year, and David Geffen Hall, home of the New York Philharmonic.

Click on the links below to learn more about performance activities in the following areas of the Music Division: