HP's Busy Month

Thursday, Dec 21, 2017
Juilliard Journal
Juilliard415 students on the bus
Juilliard415 aboard the bus—the first segment of their three-leg trip to play in San Francisco, which concluded HP's busy month of October

Juilliard’s Historical Performance students were all over the place in October as this recap reveals

Juilliard415 in Peter Jay Sharp Theater

OCTOBER 5
Juilliard415 joins Juilliard dancers and singers for a performance in the Sharp Theater. William Christie conducted a program that featured Historical Performance, Vocal Arts, and Dance students including soprano Onadek Winan and theorbo player Arash Noori

Juilliard415 in New Haven

OCTOBER 11
Juilliard415 travels to New Haven for an all-Bach concert with the Yale Schola Cantorum led by conductor Masaaki Suzuki that’s repeated at St. Michael’s Church in New York City two days later

A chamber concert at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church

OCTOBER 17
The first chamber concert in the Historical Performance Tuesdays at Twelve series, at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church

Rehearsing for the Le monde galant program

OCTOBER 18
Rehearsals begin for the Le monde galant (Around the World) program under Nic McGegan, the first concert of which takes place a week later. While McGegan plays a Telemann Polonaise at the harpsichord, the group dances.

Members of Juilliard415 at the University of Buffalo

OCTOBER 19–20
A group of Juilliard415 students rehearse before they perform at the University of Buffalo, plus theorbist Arash Noori gives a master class and Robert Mealy, director of HP, gives a lecture

Performing with the Philharmonia Baroque at the de Yougn Museum

OCTOBER 26–29
The morning after the Le monde galant program in Alice Tully Hall, Juilliard415 members fly to San Francisco to perform it with Philharmonia Baroque at the de Young Museum