Juilliard celebrates the return of our "Who's in the Lobby?" series with choreographer Caili Quan, violinist Kevin Zhu, and the Dance class of 2025, which took place in the June Noble Larkin Lobby on Nov. 17, 2021.
Juilliard is proud to present “Little Folk-Song Serenade,” a collaboration between our campuses in New York and Tianjin, China sponsored by Bank of China U.S.A. in honor of its 40th Anniversary of operations in the United States this November.
A celebrated cross-divisional course, Choreographers and Composers (aka ChoreoComp) pairs six choreographers from the Class of 2023 with six composers to produce new pieces performed by Juilliard musicians and the Juilliard Dance class of 2024.
Juilliard and New York Festival of Song (NYFOS) present “Ports of Call,” a musical voyage around the world that features Vocal Arts students and is led by pianist and arranger Steven Blier, a Vocal Arts faculty member and artistic director of NYFOS.
"The founding of Juilliard Jazz in 2001 was an important sign of the maturation of American culture and the reflection of our growth in music education," said Wynton Marsalis, director of Juilliard Jazz.