May-August 2017, vol. 32, no. 8

Getting stung by a jellyfish, lots of premieres, a band called ACRONYM, and cross-divisional collaboration are all part of Life After Juilliard.
Van Cliburn, one of the most well-known pianists of all time, was a longtime benefactor of Juilliard, where nearly 90 percent of students qualify for scholarship support.
The story behind one of the 15 new permanently endowed scholarship funds that Juilliard welcomed this year.
Special Section
Juilliard Open Classroom student
New online courses will allow more students to take advantage of Juilliard's expertise.More
Wynton Marsalis
Loren Schoenberg
Wynton Marsalis on maintaining the orchestral tradition and leading the Juilliard Jazz Orchestra in his own compositions.More
score fragment from Chandler's Songs From Brooches
April kicks off with Juilliard Orchestra and N.J.E. concerts of work by student composers, who shared some thoughts about their pieces. More
Katya Kabanova set
Joshua Simka
Juilliard Opera's production of "Katya Kabanova" honors the tension between the folkloric and the modern, according to director Stephen Wadsworth.More
Juilliard and Royal Academy musicians
Joanna K. Trebelhorn
Juilliard-RAM’s intensive brass collaboration involved over 20 pieces of music, 30 hours of rehearsal, a performance, and 24 hours of recording,More
Nina and Daniel Carasso
Edward Sien
Scholarship Support
The story behind one of the 15 new permanently endowed scholarship funds that Juilliard welcomed this year.More
Victoria Murray Brand
Scholarship Support
In 2016-17, Juilliard welcomed 15 new permanently endowed funds that provide robust scholarship resources for generations of our students.More
Odilon Redon (1840-1916), Centaure lisant
Greta Berman
Delirium: The Art of the Symbolist Book is a small but elegant exhibit of Symbolist art at the Morgan Library.More

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Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Also takes place at the Morgan Library, on April 19

Friday, April 28, 2017

Works by Kodaly, Mozart, Sibelius and Ginastera

Monday, May 15, 2017

Peter Jay Sharp Theater