Black History Month

Friday, Feb 01, 2019
Juilliard Journal
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Armenta Adams Hummings rehearsing Schumann's Concerto in A Minor with the Juilliard Orchestra
Armenta Adams Hummings (BS ’58, MS ’59, Professional Studies ’62; faculty 1960s) rehearsing Robert Schumann’s Concerto in A Minor for Piano and Orchestra, Op. 54, with the Juilliard Orchestra under Jean Morel (faculty 1949-71) in 1957

Black History Month at Juilliard

Juilliard commemorates Black History Month with a tip of the cap to performance highlights from years gone by in this preview of the Library and Archives Black History Month exhibit. Sneak a peek at the exhibit, which celebrates Juilliard’s rich African American performance history.

Commemorations at school this month include workshops and discussions, among them a Diversity Dialogue on February 6 about Juneteenth, the holiday celebrating the end of slavery in the U.S.

Want more info about related events at school and around the city? The Juilliard library has posted a resource guide to related materials you can find here. The selected titles focus on the collective subject of African Americans in the arts.