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  • Friends Margo Lamb, former receptionist, and Helen Taynton, former administrator of the internship program, who are among the staff members retiring this year, pictured in Margo's office
    Sep 09, 2019
    Juilliard Journal

    Retiree Roundup

    Taking a moment to say goodbye to some longtime staff and faculty members

  • Five students representing the Dave Brubeck Ensemble, sitting on a couch, who participated in the Cape Cod Jazz Festival over the summer. From left to right, bassist Philip Norris, pianist Sean Mason, trumpeter Anthony Hervey, alto saxist Immanuel Wilkins, and drummer Dag Markhus (MM ’14, jazz studies)
    Sep 09, 2019
    Music
    Juilliard Journal

    Summer Tales: Jazz on Cape Cod

    Jazz pianist Sean Mason writes about getting together with Juilliard's Dave Brubeck Ensemble to perform at the Cape Cod Jazz Festival this summer

  • Performance photo showing the sanctuary, looking down from above, of the church where the Juilliard415 ensemble and the Yale Schola Cantorum performed this summer
    Sep 05, 2019
    Juilliard Journal

    Summer Tales: HP in Scandinavia

    When Juilliard415 toured Scandinavia, the majesty of the landscape, warmth of the cultures, and exchange of musical ideas led to transformative concerts

     

  • Headshot of Edith Bers
    Sep 03, 2019
    Music
    Juilliard Journal

    Edee Bers Steps Down

    Former students and colleagues paid tribute to Edith Bers upon her retirement from Juilliard; she joined the voice faculty in 1985 and was chair from 2006 to 2018

  • Martin Canin, former faculty member, pictured at the piano
    Sep 03, 2019
    Music
    Juilliard Journal

    Martin Canin 1930-2019 | In Memoriam

    Alumnus Martin Canin, who started teaching piano at Juilliard in the 1950s as an assistant to Rosina Lhévinne, has died

  • Cellist Mike Block at an alumni-student jam
    Aug 15, 2019
    Juilliard Journal
    Alumni

    Alumni Q&A With Mike Block

    Mike Block, the primary teacher at the Global Perspectives events at Juilliard on Sept. 7-8, loves to inspire people to see more of themselves and the world through the music they play