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Updated Media Advisory: Juilliard Cancels All Performances Until End of School Year; Classes Continue Online Using Remote Learning

Due to the public health crisis caused by COVID-19, Juilliard has taken the unprecedented step of going to remote learning for the rest of the semester and all public performances and activities have been canceled. This new round of cancellations affects 320 performances that were to have taken place from March 30 to May 23, which is in addition to more than 90 performances scheduled from March 16 to 29 that were initially postponed and are now also canceled. The most up-to-date information about affected performances can be found on the Juilliard performance calendar. No final decisions have been made regarding commencement.

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Soprano and Arts Advocate Renée Fleming Donates Archives to Juilliard

American soprano Renée Fleming, one of the most beloved and celebrated singers of our time, is donating her personal archives to Juilliard, her alma mater.

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Award-Winning Composer Andrew Norman to Join Juilliard Faculty

Andrew Norman, an award-winning composer of orchestral, chamber, and vocal music, will join the Juilliard faculty. His appointment begins in fall 2020, and he will be at Juilliard next month for auditions. Norman joins Juilliard’s renowned college division composition faculty, which includes Robert Beaser, John Corigliano, Matthias Pintscher, and Melinda Wagner, who is also chair of the department.

Juilliard News

Monday, February 24, 2020

Enduring Works by Brown, McKayle, and Taylor

Juilliard Journal
Alumni

Each of these Spring Repertory pieces of repertory—by Trisha Brown, Paul Taylor, and Donald McKayle—challenges the dancers’ stamina, strength, collaboration, and heart

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  • Friday, January 31, 2020

    Student Projects Break Barriers

    Juilliard Journal

    Third-year drama students had a chance to create and produce performance projects; three of them wrote about their experience

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  • Thursday, December 5, 2019

    Drama Takes on Suzan-Lori Parks Plays

    Juilliard Journal

    A chance comment in a canoe sparked playwright Suzan-Lori Parks' award-winning two-play riff on "The Scarlet Letter," recently performed at Juilliard

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  • Tuesday, November 19, 2019

    New Dances | Establishing Community

    Juilliard Journal

    Noah Wang on the four premieres that make up New Dances, and the bittersweet experience of taking part in this concert for the last time

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