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  • “African Dance No. 2” | Claiming Your Space

    Excerpted from “Claiming Your Space: A Celebration of Black Music at Juilliard”. View the program here: https://www.juilliard.live/videos/claiming-your-space-2024

    Hosted earlier this year by distinguished visiting faculty member Denyce Graves, this concert commemorates the 90th anniversary of a ...

  • 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...

  • “Were You There?” | Claiming Your Space

    Excerpted from “Claiming Your Space: A Celebration of Black Music at Juilliard”. View the program here: https://www.juilliard.live/videos/claiming-your-space-2024

    Hosted earlier this year by distinguished visiting faculty member Denyce Graves, this concert commemorates the 90th anniversary of a ...

  • András Schiff Master Class | Piano

    Sir András Schiff, lauded classical pianist and conductor, leads an in-depth master class featuring Juilliard pianists.

    Johann Sebastian Bach (1865-1750) 
    English Suite No. 6 in D Minor, BWV 811 (1720)

    Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827) 
    Sonata No. 24 in F-sharp Major, Op. 78 (1809)

    Franz S...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Denyce Graves Master Class | Vocal Arts

    Renowned American mezzo-soprano Denyce Graves leads a dynamic vocal master class featuring students from the Ellen and James S. Marcus Institute for Vocal Arts and the Juilliard Collaborative Piano Department.

    Giacomo Puccini (1858-1924)
    "Sì, mi chiamano Mimì" from La Bohème (1896)

    Francesco ...

  • 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...

  • Juilliard Celebration 2024: “Get Happy” | Juilliard Jazz Orchestra, Dance

    The Juilliard Jazz Orchestra and Juilliard Dance Class of 2027 team up for a lively and inspiring performance of “Get Happy” as part of the 2024 Juilliard Celebration: A Benefit for Scholarship.

    With more than 90 percent of Juilliard students receiving financial assistance, scholarship donors e...

  • Rameau's "Suite from Naïs" (1749) | Juilliard415, Dance

    Juilliard415 joins forces with Juilliard dance students and a professional Baroque dance troupe for Moving Through Time: Baroque Dances Old and New. New choreography by Caroline Copeland and Aaron Loux (BA ’09, dance) pairs with Baroque masterpieces to create an engaging and lively program.

    Jea...

  • Juilliard at Carnegie | Juilliard Orchestra and Juilliard Jazz Orchestra

    In celebration of the 20th anniversary of Juilliard Jazz, The Juilliard Orchestra and Juilliard Jazz Orchestra, conducted by David Robertson, join forces at Carnegie Hall for their first-ever joint performance.

    The program opens with Three Dance Episodes from Bernstein’s “On the Town,” followe...

  • Jörg Widmann Conducts His Violin Concerto No. 2 | Juilliard Orchestra

    Jörg Widmann (Advanced Certificate ’95, clarinet) leads the Juilliard Orchestra in the U.S. premiere of his Violin Concerto No. 2 with soloist Stella Chen (DMA ’21)

    Jörg Widmann
    Violin Concerto No. 2 (2018, U.S. premiere)
    Una ricerca
    Romanze
    Mobile

    Jörg Widmann conducts the Juilli...

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

    Coming February 23rd to Juilliard LIVE.

    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 a...

  • Bolero Juilliard | From the Archives

    "What can we do together even while we are alone?" Featuring 100+ Juilliard students and alumni, at home together.

    "Bolero Juilliard" was at the center of the many projects and initiatives the school undertook during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, supplementing the online lessons, c...

  • "The Extenders" | Juilliard Drama Short Film

    Directed by Derrick Sanders
    Written by Eboni Booth

    On New Year’s Eve in a not-too-distant future, a group of friends—with the help of revolutionary technology—reunites after one of them has died. A story about friendship, loss, and reanimation.

    "The Extenders" was featured as an Official Select...

  • "Variations" | Juilliard Drama Short Film

    Directed by Mike Doyle
    Written by Tony Meneses

    It’s date night at a local restaurant. With the help of a creative bartender, everyone tries to find the perfect pairing.

    "Variations" was featured as an Official Selection in the 2023 SOHO International Film Festival.

  • "The Library" | Juilliard Drama Short Film

    Directed by Michelle Bossy
    Written by Adam Szymkowicz
    Based on the stage play "The Library" by Adam Szymkowicz

    Running a library is a serious matter. It isn’t just falling in love.

    "The Library" was featured as an Official Selection in the 2023 SOHO International Film Festival.

  • “Old Times” | Juilliard Drama Short Film

    Written by Enid Graham
    Directed by Monica Raymund

    Five old friends decide to grab one more weekend together at a beloved lake house before it’s sold. But even at their carefree reunion, these women can’t escape the restricting circumstances of their lives.

    "Old Times" was featured as an Offi...

  • "Hide and Seek" | Juilliard Drama Short Film

    Written by Matthew Capodicasa
    Directed by Tamar Glezerman

    When Sasha goes to see her newly sober brother out in the suburbs, she and her friends get roped into a game of hide-and-seek and soon find themselves stranded.

    "Hide and Seek" was featured as an Official Selection in the 2023 SOHO In...

  • "On the Rocks" | Juilliard Drama Short Film

    Written by Cusi Cram
    Directed by Derrick Sanders

    After a patriarch’s untimely death, his family descends upon a gem shop and its unsuspecting staff to exact spiritual revenge. But nothing is quite as it seems.

    "On the Rocks" was featured as an Official Selection in the 2023 SOHO International...