Juilliard and Beyond
Through Juilliard’s Creative Enterprise initiative, students can participate in partnerships with organizations beyond the campus to forge relationships and pathways as they envision the next steps in their careers. Opportunities include excursions, residencies, workshops, tours, and special visits in New York City and the broader community.
Juilliard NOW Series at Lincoln Center’s Restart Stages
As a part of Lincoln Center’s Restart Stages, Juilliard NOW featured free student performances from the Music, Dance, Drama, and Preparatory Divisions in Damrosch Park and Hearst Plaza as well as pop-up performances around New York City.
Juilliard NOW: Continuum at Lincoln Center’s Restart Stages
Marking the emergence from the pandemic and the challenges and achievements of the year, this program directed by faculty member Stephen Wadsworth celebrated the continuum of history, live performance, and the path ahead.
Through the Window Series at Alice Tully Hall
A socially distanced initiative in collaboration with Lincoln Center, “Through the Windows” featured students from all departments of the Music Division as well as students from the Preparatory Division who performed inside Alice Tully Hall with sound amplified to passersby to enjoy from the streets outside.
BluePrint Fellowship With National Sawdust
In collaboration with National Sawdust, the BluePrint Fellowship gives emerging Juilliard composers a chance to partner with leading composers in the field for career, project, and commissioning mentorship. The BluePrint Fellowship collaboration between National Sawdust and Juilliard is generously supported by the Virginia B. Toulmin Foundation.
100 Years | 100 Women
In celebration of the centennial of the 19th Amendment, a major step towards women’s enfranchisement, the Park Avenue Armory and ten other multi-disciplinary cultural institutions across New York City, including the Juilliard School, created the 100 Years | 100 Women project. Juilliard students from the Dance, Drama, and Music (Jazz) Divisions dynamic virtual response is titled The Women in Me.
Collaboration with the Ensemble Intercontemporain
Mentored by Juilliard composition faculty, and under the guidance of Music Director of the Ensemble Intercontemporain Matthias Pintscher, seven Juilliard composition students wrote 5-minute miniature works for Solo, Duo, Trio or Quartet, recorded by seven Ensemble soloists in Paris.