Alumni Stories

 

Search Menu

Filter
60 matches
Filter by

Search Results

  • Kathryn Andersen and William (Liam) Day
    Feb 12, 2019
    Juilliard Journal
    Alumni Story

    A Global K-12 Valentine

    Juilliard’s Global K-12 Programs have launched music, dance, and drama curricular resources in 45 schools and hired 127 Juilliard alums

  • Armenta Adams Hummings rehearsing Schumann's Concerto in A Minor with the Juilliard Orchestra
    Feb 01, 2019
    Juilliard Journal
    Alumni Story

    Black History Month

    Juilliard’s Black History Month commemorations include an Archives exhibit of highlights of the school’s rich African American performance history

  • Megan Griffin
    Dec 12, 2018
    Juilliard Journal
    Alumni Story

    Chamber Music as Prep for Med School

    A Juilliard alum-turned-med student on how chamber music as prep for being an MD: you learn to separate your prepared thoughts from what you hear, yet swiftly respond with compassion

  • Ulysses Owens Jr
    Nov 29, 2018
    Music
    Juilliard Journal
    Alumni Story

    Ulysses Owens Jr. | Faculty Portrait

    Ulysses Owens Jr. says of joining the Juilliard faculty: "It seems surreal to walk the same halls I once did as a student and now be a teacher—it’s a dream come true"

  • Vijay Gupta standing infront of a crowd
    Nov 19, 2018
    Music
    Juilliard Journal
    Alumni Story

    Reaching New Audiences

    Barriers were broken, hierarchy dissipated, and audience members felt at ease when students and an alum performed at a local homeless shelter

  • Dane Johnasen
    Nov 09, 2018
    Music
    Juilliard Journal
    Alumni Story

    Johansen to Discuss Documentary Project

    Juilliard alumnus Dane Johansen walked 600 miles, playing and recording Bach’s 6 suites for solo cello in 36 churches over 45 days on Spain's Camino de Santiago

  • The Juilliard String Quartet
    Oct 22, 2018
    Music
    Juilliard Journal
    Alumni Story

    JSQ: Mentoring and Experimenting

    The musicians may be different, violist Roger Tapping says of the JSQ’s first Tully concert with its new lineup, “but the deep process of discussion, the search for meaning and expressivity, is the constant.”