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  • Claiming Your Space: A Celebration of Black Music at Juilliard

    Hosted earlier this year by distinguished visiting faculty member Denyce Graves, this concert commemorates the 90th anniversary of a concert—organized by Black Juilliard students and curated by renowned composer H.T. Burleigh—celebrating the work of Black artists and composers. "Claiming Your Spa...

  • "MAP: A New World" at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine | Juilliard415, MAP

    Composed in honor of the 30th anniversary of Juilliard’s Music Advancement Program, MAP: A New World combines American, African, Caribbean, and European musical influences to celebrate global communities of young musicians. Francisco J. Núñez conducts his nine-movement work, creating a joyful vis...

  • José Limón’s Chaconne: Class, Discussion, and Performance | Dance

    Hear from Juilliard Dance Dean and Director Alicia Graf Mack, Limón Dance Company Artistic Director Dante Puleio, and Associate Artistic Director, stager of Chaconne, and Juilliard alumna Logan Frances Kruger (BFA ’07) as they present this livestream program celebrating the connection between Jos...

  • Ki moun ou ye (Who are you) | Nathalie Joachim

    Created by composer and Creative Associate Nathalie Joachim, this performance weaves together vocal samples, somber flute tones, and longing melodies that take listeners on a journey of discovery and defining of self. Made in collaboration with director and choreographer Chanel DaSilva, this inti...

  • A Fiddler’s Tale | The New Series

    This program, conducted by David Robertson, features a double bill of musical stories: “L’histoire du Soldat” (The Soldier’s Tale) by Igor Stravinsky and “A Fiddler’s Tale” by Wynton Marsalis (‘81, trumpet), director of Juilliard Jazz. In each work, the main characters struggle with the temptatio...

  • Amanda Harberg’s “Solis” | Pre-College Symphony

    This powerful piece from Amanda Harberg (BM ’95, MM ’97, composition) was inspired by the sun, the feeling of solace, and a formative musical experience from the composer’s youth: “It was July 1978. I was five years old and my parents had taken me to hear the Philadelphia Orchestra’s outdoor perf...