Juilliard Announces 2022-23 Season of More Than 700 Events Showcasing Its Students in Music, Dance, Drama, and Preparatory Divisions, With Companion Livestream and On-Demand Performances (2022)

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August 1, 2022

Juilliard Announces 2022-23 Season of More Than 700 Events Showcasing Its Students in Music, Dance, Drama, and Preparatory Divisions, With Companion Livestream and On-Demand Performances

Season Highlights Include:

Juilliard Students to Participate in Re-Opening and Inaugural Season of David Geffen Hall

New Dances: Edition 2022 Features World Premieres by Innovative Choreographers
Sidra Bell, Jamar Roberts, Jermaine Spivey, Spenser Theberge, and Chanel DaSilva

Juilliard Orchestra Performs Under David Robertson at Carnegie Hall, David Geffen Hall, and at Juilliard; Distinguished Guest Conductors Making Their Juilliard Orchestra Debuts Include
Bertrand de Billy, Roderick Cox, Giancarlo Guerrero, Manfred Honeck, and Simone Young

Historical Performance and Vocal Arts Present an Exciting Concert Version of
Purcell’s King Arthur

Juilliard Opera Presents Handel’s Rarely Performed Atalanta, Missy Mazzoli’s Proving Up; and Puccini’s Suor Angelica and Gianni Schicchi

Jazz Salutes the Greats in Tributes to Charlie Mingus, Duke Ellington, and Juilliard’s Own Wynton Marsalis at Dizzy’s Club and the Blue Note

NEW! Contemporary Music Performances to Include Cross-Genre Collaborations Between Music, Dance, and Drama, Highlighted by Wynton Marsalis’s Fiddler’s Tale Performed Alongside Stravinsky’s Soldier’s Tale

Juilliard Students From New York and Tianjin Campuses Together Perform
Terry Riley’s Landmark Work In C in Live Collaboration
Additional Contemporary Offerings Include a Spotlight on Reena Esmail, Ki moun ou ye (Who are you) led by Creative Associate Nathalie Joachim and Chanel DaSilva, and Other Programs

Juilliard Drama to Present Fourth-Year Class in Three Plays, as well as the Third-Year Class in Two Shakespeare Plays in the Fall; in Expansion of the Division's Curriculum, Fourth-Year Actors will be Featured in a Series of Short Films Written by Playwriting Alumni

Preparatory Students Join the New York Philharmonic at May Young People’s Concert Featuring Composing Inclusion Premieres

ChamberFest, an Annual Three-Day Festival of Chamber Music in January

Juilliard LIVE Streaming Schedule Includes Livestreamed Performances and Recitals As Well As On-Demand Performances of Select Programs

Tickets On Sale August 30; Member Presale Begins August 9
All Events Are Under $40, Many Are Free

NEW YORK –– Juilliard announces full programming for its 2022-23 season, including live music, dance, and drama performances at venues throughout the city with numerous livestreams and on-demand opportunities for global audiences to witness the future of the performing arts today. More than ever, audiences are connecting with performances ranging from student recitals to livestreamed productions from Alice Tully Hall via the ongoing online opportunities Juilliard offers. And for local audiences, tickets to all presentations are low-cost or free, making the opportunity to glimpse the artists of the future available for all.

Juilliard celebrates the re-opening of David Geffen Hall this October, with students participating in opening events which will be announced by Lincoln Center at a later date. Additional performances and presentations at Geffen Hall include: students from Juilliard’s Preparatory Division (Music Advancement Program and Pre-College) will perform alongside musicians from the New York Philharmonic at the May 6 Young People’s Concert in new works composed by the first awardees from Composing Inclusion, a new project between the American Composers Forum, Juilliard, and the New York Philharmonic; and the Juilliard Orchestra will perform John Adams’ Harmonielehre at Geffen Hall under David Robertson at the commencement concert on May 18.

"Juilliard is an ever-dynamic and growing institution, always refining and expanding the preparation of our students so that they may thrive and lead the evolving world of the performing arts forward. In that spirit, our new season features new performance opportunities for our music and dance students in outside venues including National Sawdust, Baryshnikov Arts Center, and Merkin Hall, a broadening of our drama curriculum to include film projects written by our playwrights and performed by our students to be screened at Lincoln Center, and new technological space enabling joint performance between our New York and China campuses,” said Juilliard President Damian Woetzel. “These opportunities build on the longstanding tradition of student performances at Carnegie Hall and other local venues from churches to jazz clubs, to the excitement of Chelsea Factory which Juilliard helped to open last year, and which now includes our students’ participation in the re-opening of David Geffen Hall here at Lincoln Center. Our distinguished faculty and guest artists are excited to work with our students on the upcoming performance season, we hope you will join us."

Tickets to all 2022-23 season events go on sale to the general public on August 30. Member presales start on August 9. Student performances form a significant part of Juilliard’s performing arts curriculum, and prices are kept at a minimum. All tickets with the exception of galas and fundraisers are under $40, and many events are free. A calendar of events is included below, and an electronic version of the performance calendar brochure is available here, and all events can be viewed at juilliard.edu calendar.

SEASON OVERVIEW

Music Division
The Music Division includes orchestra, vocal arts, historical performance, jazz, chamber music, contemporary music, conducting, piano, and composition, led by Dean and Director David Serkin Ludwig.

In addition to performances at Alice Tully Hall and David Geffen Hall, the Juilliard Orchestra performs at Carnegie Hall on October 24, led by Director of Conducting Studies and Distinguished Visiting Faculty David Robertson and featuring the New York premiere of Claude Vivier’s Siddhartha, and the complete ballet score to Stravinsky’s The Firebird. The Juilliard Orchestra’s distinguished guest conductors who make their Juilliard debuts this season are Giancarlo Guerrero (September 24); Manfred Honeck (October 17); Bertrand de Billy (January 26, 2023); Roderick Cox (February 4); and Simone Young (April 17). Returning conductors include Speranza Scappucci, Jeffrey Milarsky, Carlos Miguel Prieto, and David Robertson, who leads several performances throughout the season, including a special concert featuring Juilliard Jazz director Wynton Marsalis’ A Fiddler’s Tale paired with Stravinsky’s A Soldier’s Tale. The program includes students from the music, dance, and drama divisions in a cross-genre presentation of two interpretations of the Faust legend—Stravinsky’s neoclassical version and Marsalis’s jazz interpretation that incorporates New Orleans jazz, Dixieland, blues, ragtime, and the Charleston. The Juilliard Orchestra season concludes with the graduation concert on May 18 at David Geffen Hall, including a performance of John Adams’ Harmonielehre conducted by David Robertson.

Juilliard’s active Chamber Music program continues with hundreds of student ensembles that perform throughout the year both on campus and other venues. The annual ChamberFest, a three-day festival of chamber music spanning the centuries takes place January 9-11, 2023, at Paul Hall, Peter Jay Sharp Theater at Juilliard, and Alice Tully Hall. Additional chamber music offerings include recitals by the Juilliard String Quartet on November 30 including two New York premieres by Jorg Widmann, and April 7. Chamber Music offerings also include the Daniel Saidenberg Faculty Recital Series, faculty and alumni recitals and master classes, the Wednesdays at One series in Alice Tully Hall, and a Sonatenabend series in Paul Hall. A mini-ChamberFest also takes place March 13-15, 2023.

Juilliard Opera presents Handel’s rarely performed Atalanta with Juilliard415 from November 9-13 in the Peter Jay Sharp Theater, conducted by Gary Thor Wedow and directed by the innovative Omer Ben Seadia. Juilliard Opera also presents Missy Mazzoli’s haunting Proving Up, February 15-19, 2023, conducted by Steven Osgood and directed by Mary Birnbaum, as well as Puccini’s Suor Angelica and Gianni Schicchi from April 18 to 22, 2023, directed by John Giampietro, with Keri-Lynn Wilson leading the Juilliard Orchestra. The Ellen and James S. Marcus Institute for Vocal Arts will present a performance coached, curated, and performed by Steven Blier in collaboration with the New York Festival of Song (NYFOS) on May 3 and 4 in the Rosemary and Meredith Willson Theater. Vocal Arts also presents Juilliard Songfest, curated and performed by Brian Zeger, artistic director, on November 29 in Merkin Concert Hall at the Kaufman Music Center; and Alice Tully Vocal Arts Recital featuring soprano Mikaela Bennett and pianist Adam Rothenberg in Alice Tully Hall on April 13 as well as the Liederabend series, presented with the Collaborative Piano department throughout the season.

Juilliard’s Historical Performance department is the graduate-level, full tuition scholarship program for early music. In addition to Atalanta, Juilliard415—its period-instrument ensemble—will perform a semistaged version of Purcell’s King Arthur in collaboration with Vocal Arts, directed by Lionel Meunier on February 11, 2023, at Alice Tully Hall; Orpheus Britannicus: Music by Purcell, Handel, Sancho, and others, with countertenor Reginald Mobley, directed by Rachel Podger, in Alice Tully Hall on September 17; and The Classical Style: Vienna at the Turn of the 19th Century, led by Laurence Equilbey on April 1, 2023, at Alice Tully Hall. Numerous master classes as well as appearances by chamber ensembles at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church and other venues, take place throughout the season.

Juilliard Jazz, under the direction of Wynton Marsalis and Aaron Flagg, is committed to the curriculum of presenting music from the jazz continuum, from its American roots to jazz vernaculars from other cultures and countries. The Juilliard Jazz Orchestra and Jazz Ensembles pay tribute to several of the genre’s “greats” this season including Charles Mingus on October 29 at Alice Tully Hall; George Russell and George Shearing at Dizzy’s Club on December 12; and Duke Ellington at Dizzy’s Club May 9-12. Women of Color in Jazz are celebrated on April 11, and the Juilliard Jazz Orchestra offers The Ever Fonky Lowdown on January 14 in the Peter Jay Sharp Theater. Numerous additional Juilliard Jazz Orchestra and Jazz Ensemble performances take place throughout the ’22-23 season, many of which are livestreamed.

Juilliard presents a wealth of contemporary music each season, including performances by AXIOM, the contemporary music ensemble under the baton of Jeffrey Milarsky; the Juilliard Percussion Ensemble, directed by Daniel Druckman; and numerous opportunities for student composers at a variety of performance offerings including orchestra concerts and offsite opportunities such as National Sawdust’s Blueprint Fellowship. Among many highlights, the Juilliard Chamber Orchestra will perform Little Moonhead, composed by Melinda Wagner, Juilliard faculty member and chair of the composition department.

In addition to infusing contemporary music throughout the season, additional programs that bring today’s composers together with students from across Juilliard’s divisions to create cross-genre works will be curated and presented in a concert series throughout the academic year. Included will be the presentation of Marsalis’ Fiddler’s Tale and Stravinsky’s Soldier’s Tale mentioned above; a live collaboration between the students at Juilliard New York and Tianjin campuses simultaneously performing Terry Riley’s In C, featuring Juilliard’s Center for Innovation in the Arts; a Spotlight on Composer Reena Esmail (BM ‘05, composition) featuring works that explore bridges between Hindustani and American classical music; Théâtre Études, the culmination of guest faculty member Amy Beth Kirsten’s class, which incorporates movement, voice, and multimedia to make a new musical performance practice; and performances of Ki moun ou ye (Who are you) on September 1 and 2, led by Creative Associate Nathalie Joachim and Chanel DaSilva, who are both alums of the school. Further details on the newest contemporary offerings will be announced closer to the performances.

Juilliard Dance

Juilliard Dance, under the direction of Dean and Director Alicia Graf Mack, is renowned for its breadth of education encompassing ballet, modern, and contemporary forms in the classroom and in performance, with faculty, guest teachers, and choreographers of the highest level at work with the Division’s talented students. New Dances: Edition 2022 takes place December 7-11 and offers four world premieres by innovative choreographers Sidra Bell, Jamar Roberts, and Juilliard alums Jermaine Spivey, Spenser Theberge, and Chanel DaSilva. Spring Dances takes place March 22-25, 2023, in Juilliard’s Peter Jay Sharp Theater, and will feature works by choreographers Camille A. Brown and Justin Peck, among others to be announced this fall. In addition, Juilliard Dance will participate in a co-production with Baryshnikov Arts Center and the Merce Cunningham Trust, October 27-29. Other events next season include the annual Composers & Choreographers, featuring student composer and choreographer teams, November 18 and 19; Senior Dance Production; Choreographic Honors; and the Juilliard Dance Senior Graduation Concert.

Juilliard Drama

Led by Richard Rodgers Dean and Director Evan Yionoulis, the Drama Division presents seven fully staged productions in which third- and fourth-year students put their training with expert faculty and guest teachers and directors into practice. Fall productions include Shakespeare’s As You Like It (October 7-8) and Measure for Measure (October 21-23) directed by Lisa Rothe and Stephen Brown-Fried, respectively, performed by the third-year class. Fourth-year plays include Howard Barker’s The Power of the Dog (November 17-20), Christina Anderson’s How to Catch Creation (December 15-18), and Ayad Akhtar’s The Who & The What (February 16-19).

A recent programming initiative provides the graduating actors with practical experience working on camera through short films written by alumni from the school’s Lila Acheson Wallace American Playwrights Program. The first short films were created by Juilliard Drama in spring 2022. Films will be screened at Lincoln Center with details announced at a later date.

Preparatory Division
Under the direction of its dean, Weston Sprott, the Preparatory Division comprises Juilliard’s Pre-College program and the Music Advancement Program (MAP), led by artistic director Anthony McGill. MAP is a program for intermediate and advanced music students from New York City’s five boroughs and the tristate area who demonstrate a commitment to artistic excellence. MAP actively seeks to include students from diverse backgrounds historically underrepresented in the classical music field, and the 22-23 academic year is the first that will be tuition-free for MAP students due to special funding now in place. Among many highlights, the Composing Inclusion commissioning initiative, with funding from the Sphinx Venture Fund, will present students performing side-by-side with musicians from the New York Philharmonic in Spring 2023 in new chamber works, as well as full orchestral premieres at the Young People’s Concert: New Voices at Geffen Hall on May 6. MAP students will also perform in a number of ensemble and recital performances as well as in the MAP chorus.

The Pre-College program provides a conservatory-style curriculum to advanced young musicians from over 10 countries, ages 8 to 18, who exhibit the talent, potential, and ambition to pursue serious music study at the college level. Events next season feature the Pre-College String Orchestra, Pre-College Symphony, and Pre-College Orchestra conducted by David Robertson, Tito Muñoz, Adam Glaser, and Nico Olarte-Hayes. Additional events include Pre-College Percussion Ensemble, Pre-College Choruses and Pre-College Opera Scenes performances. Preparatory Division students and faculty frequently give recitals, which are available to attend in person or stream through the performance calendar on the Juilliard website.

VENUE AND TICKETING INFORMATION

Tickets to 2022-23 events go on sale August 30.

The Juilliard performance calendar at juilliard.edu/calendar will always have the latest schedule updates for both in-person and streamed performances as well as scheduled premieres for the growing on-demand schedule.

Additional on-demand programs are now available and continually being added through Juilliard LIVE, the new streaming and on-demand initiative launched in April 2021 offering student performances from the college and preparatory divisions. Part of the school’s long-term strategic plan, Juilliard LIVE was accelerated when indoor performances were halted due to the pandemic. With a mix of livestreamed and on-demand content, Juilliard LIVE has expanded student performance opportunities and increased accessibility to the performing arts for audiences around the world.

Juilliard will continue to livestream student recitals for the public on its website. Each year, more than 400 student recitals each year including students from both the College and Preparatory divisions.

HEALTH AND SAFETY
To be admitted to in-person performances, audience members must have tickets and show proof of vaccination, which will be accepted via any of the following free mobile apps: CLEAR Health Pass (Apple or Android); New York State Excelsior Pass; or the New York City COVID Safe App (Apple or Android). In addition to these apps, a vaccination card along with government-issued photo ID will be accepted, but audiences should be warned that this option may cause delays, and any one of the above apps is strongly preferred.

All performances will take place under Juilliard’s stringent health guidelines for the safety of students, faculty, staff, and audience members. Juilliard instruction is fully in-person for the 2022-23 academic year. More information about the 2022-23 safety plan is available on the Juilliard website.

Juilliard’s creative enterprise programming, including the Creative Associates program,
is generously supported by Jody and John Arnhold.

Juilliard’s Ellen and James S. Marcus Institute for Vocal Arts was established in 2010 by the generous support of Ellen and James S. Marcus.

Juilliard’s full scholarship Historical Performance program was established and endowed in 2009
by the generous support of Bruce and Suzie Kovner.

The Music Advancement Program is generously supported through an endowed gift in memory of
Carl K. Heyman. Major annual support is provided by the Llewellyn Family Foundation.

Juilliard’s livestream technology is made possible by a gift in honor of
President Emeritus Joseph W. Polisi, building on his legacy of broadening Juilliard’s global reach.

About The Juilliard School
Damian Woetzel, president
Adam Meyer, provost

Founded in 1905, The Juilliard School is a world leader in performing arts education. The school’s mission is to provide the highest caliber of artistic education for gifted musicians, dancers, and actors, composers, choreographers, and playwrights from around the world so that they may achieve their fullest potential as artists, leaders, and global citizens. Juilliard is guided in all its work by the core values of excellence; creativity; and equity, diversity, inclusion and belonging (EDIB).

Located at Lincoln Center in New York City, Juilliard offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in dance, drama (acting and playwriting), and music (classical, jazz, historical performance, and vocal arts). Currently more than 800 artists from 43 states and 44 countries and regions are enrolled in Juilliard’s College Division, where they appear in more than 700 annual performances in the school’s five theaters; at Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully and David Geffen halls and at Carnegie Hall; as well as at other venues around New York City, the country, and the world. The continuum of learning at Juilliard also includes nearly 400 students from elementary through high school enrolled in the Preparatory Division, including its Music Advancement Program (MAP), which serves students from diverse backgrounds often underrepresented in the classical music field. More than 800 students are enrolled in Juilliard Extension, the flagship continuing education program taught both in person and remotely by a dedicated faculty of performers, creators, and scholars. Beyond its New York campus, Juilliard is defining new directions in performing arts education for a range of learners and enthusiasts through a global K-12 educational curricula and graduate studies at The Tianjin Juilliard School in China.

Programs, dates, and artists subject to change.
Current as of August 1, 2022

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Juilliard Performance and Livestream Calendar

September 2022–May 2023

Please refer to the Performance Calendar at juilliard.edu/calendar for the most up-to-date livestream schedule and ticketing information for in-person performances. At this time, in-person audiences must wear masks and provide proof of vaccination to attend Juilliard performances.

Thursday, September 1 | 6pm, Rosemary and Meredith Willson Theater
Friday, September 2 | 6pm and 9pm, Rosemary and Meredith Willson Theater
Creative Associate Nathalie Joachim and Chanel DaSilva

Ki moun ou ye (Who are you)

FREE; no tickets required

Saturday, September 17 | 7:30pm, Alice Tully Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Orpheus Britannicus: Music by Purcell, Handel, Sancho, and Others
Juilliard415
Rachel Podger, Director
Reginald Mobley, Countertenor

Tickets $20 | Members $10

Thursday, September 22 | 6pm, Judith Harris and Tony Woolfson Orchestral Studio (Room 543)
This performance will also be livestreamed
Master Class With William Christie

Tickets $10

Saturday, September 24 | 7:30pm, Alice Tully Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Juilliard Orchestra
Giancarlo Guerrero, Conductor

Adolphus HAILSTORK An American Port of Call
LUTOSŁAWSKI Concerto for Orchestra
BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 3 in E-flat Major, “Eroica”
Tickets $30 | Members $15

Saturday, September 24 | 7:30pm, Peter Jay Sharp Theater
This performance will also be livestreamed
Juilliard Jazz Orchestra
Duke Ellington: Black, Brown, and Beige
Walter Blanding Jr., Conductor

Tickets $20 | Members $10

Sunday, September 25 | 12:30 and 2:30pm, Blue Note Jazz Club
Juilliard Jazz Ensembles

Young Lions of the 1990s

Sunday, September 25 | 7:30pm, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Daniel Saidenberg Faculty Recital Series
William Short, Bassoon, and Friends

Tickets $20 | Members $10

Tuesday, October 4 | Noon, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church
Historical Performance
Chamber Music: Tuesdays at Twelve

FREE; no tickets required

Tuesday, October 4 | 7:30pm, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Juilliard Jazz Ensembles
What We Heard: Our Alumni Compositions

Tickets $20 | Members $10

Friday, October 7 | 7:30pm, Stephanie P. McClelland Drama Theater
Saturday, October 8 | 2 and 8pm, Stephanie P. McClelland Drama Theater
Sunday, October 9 | 7pm, Stephanie P. McClelland Drama Theater

As You Like It
by William Shakespeare
Lisa Rothe, Director

Tickets $20 | Members $10

Wednesday, October 12 | 7:30pm, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Daniel Saidenberg Faculty Recital Series
Joseph Lin, Violin
Helen Huang, Piano

All-BEETHOVEN program Sonatas No. 8, No. 9, and No. 10
Tickets $20 | Members $10

Monday, October 17 | 7:30pm, Alice Tully Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Juilliard Orchestra
Manfred Honeck, Conductor

Carlos SIMON Fate Now Conquers
MOZART Violin Concerto No. 4 in D Major
MAHLER Symphony No. 1 in D Major, "Titan"
Tickets $30 | Members $15

Wednesday, October 19 | 6pm, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Sonatenabend

FREE; no tickets required

Thursday, October 20 | 6pm, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Liederabend

With Collaborative Piano department
FREE; no tickets required

Friday, October 21 | 7:30pm, Stephanie P. McClelland Drama Theater
Saturday, October 22 | 2 and 8pm, Stephanie P. McClelland Drama Theater
Sunday, October 23 | 7pm, Stephanie P. McClelland Drama Theater

Measure for Measure
by William Shakespeare
Stephen Brown-Fried, Director

Tickets $20 | Members $10

Sunday, October 23 | 3pm, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Juilliard Jazz Ensembles
New Orleans Parade: Community in the Pew and in the Street

Tickets $20 | Members $10

Monday, October 24 | 7:30 and 9:30pm, Dizzy’s Club
Juilliard Jazz Ensembles
The Music of Gerry Mulligan

Monday, October 24 | 8pm, Carnegie Hall
Juilliard Orchestra
David Robertson, conductor

VIVIER Siddhartha (New York premiere)
STRAVINSKY The Firebird
Tickets $15-$30 | Members $7.50-$15

Wednesday, October 26 | 1pm, Alice Tully Hall
Wednesdays at One
Vocal Arts

FREE; no tickets required

Thursday, October 27 | 7:30pm, Alice Tully Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
AXIOM

Jeffrey Milarsky, Music Director
CARTER Luimen
Unsuk CHIN Akrostichon-Wortspiel
CRUMB Ancient Voices of Children
FREE; tickets required

Saturday October 29 | 7:30pm, Alice Tully Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Juilliard Jazz Orchestra
The Music of Charles Mingus

Tickets $20

Monday, October 31 | 4pm, Morse Hall
Tuesday, November 1 | 4pm, Morse Hall
Thursday, November 3 | 4pm, Morse Hall
Friday, November 4 | 4pm, Morse Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
String Quartet Mozart-a-thon

FREE; no tickets required

Wednesday, November 2 | 1pm, Alice Tully Hall
Wednesdays at One
Lab Orchestra led by student conductors

Wednesday, November 2 | 6pm, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Sonatenabend

FREE; no tickets required

Friday, November 4 | 7:30pm, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Daniel Saidenberg Faculty Recital Series
Catherine Cho, Violin
Natasha Brofsky, Cello
Hsin-Yun Huang, Viola
Robert McDonald, Piano

Tickets $20 | Members $10

Wednesday, November 9 | 6pm, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Sonatenabend

FREE; no tickets required

Wednesday, November 9 | 7:30pm, Peter Jay Sharp Theater
Friday, November 11 | 7:30pm, Peter Jay Sharp Theater
Sunday, November 13 | 2pm, Peter Jay Sharp Theater
Juilliard Opera: Handel’s Atalanta
Juilliard415
Gary Thor Wedow, Conductor
Omer Ben Seadia, Director

Peter Jay Sharp Theater Tickets $40 | Members $20

Sunday, November 13 | 3pm, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Juilliard Wind Orchestra
Jon Manasse, Conductor

GIPPS Seascape
STRAUSS Suite in B-flat Major
Tickets $10

Tuesday, November 15 | 11am, Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Studio at Chamber Music Society
Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Master Class With Ida Kavafian

Pay-what-you-wish tickets start at $10 and can be purchased from CMS

Tuesday, November 15 | 7:30pm, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Juilliard Jazz Ensembles
Perfect Potpourri: The 1960s

Tickets $20 | Members $10

Wednesday, November 16 | 6pm, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Liederabend

With Collaborative Piano department
FREE; no tickets required

Thursday-Friday, November 17-18 | 7:30pm, Stephanie P. McClelland Drama Theater
Saturday, November 19 | 2 and 8pm, Stephanie P. McClelland Drama Theater
Sunday, November 20 | 7pm, Stephanie P. McClelland Drama Theater

The Power of the Dog
by Howard Barker
Evan Yionoulis, Director

Tickets $20 | Members $10

Thursday, November 17 | 8pm, Morse Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Mixed Ensembles Concert
Carol Wincenc, Coach

FREE; no tickets required

Friday, November 18 | 6 and 9pm, Rosemary and Meredith Willson Theater
Saturday, November 19 | 3 and 7:30pm, Rosemary and Meredith Willson Theater
This performance will also be livestreamed
Choreographers and Composers

Tickets $10

Friday, November 18 | 7:30pm, Peter Jay Sharp Theater
This performance will also be livestreamed
Percussion Ensemble
Daniel Druckman, Director

FREE; no tickets required

Saturday November 19 | 7:30pm, Alice Tully Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Pre-College Orchestra
Adam Glaser, Conductor

Works by Korngold, James Lee III, and Strauss
FREE; tickets required

Monday, November 21 | 7:30pm, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Honors Chamber Music

FREE; no tickets required

Monday, November 21 | 7:30pm, Alice Tully Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Juilliard Orchestra
Jeffrey Milarsky, Conductor

BARBER Medea's Dance of Vengeance
WHITE Viola Concerto
TCHAIKOVSKY Symphony No. 6 in B Minor, “Pathétique”
Tickets $30 | Members $15

Tuesday, November 29 | 7:30pm, Merkin Concert Hall at Kaufman Music Center
This performance will also be livestreamed
Juilliard Songfest
Curated and performed by Brian Zeger
with singers from Juilliard Vocal Arts
Tickets $10

Tuesday, November 29 | 7:30pm, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Ensemble Connect

Tickets $10

Wednesday, November 30 | 1pm, Alice Tully Hall
Wednesdays at One
Music for Piano

Wednesday, November 30 | 6pm, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Sonatenabend

FREE; no tickets required

Wednesday, November 30 | 7:30pm, Alice Tully Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Daniel Saidenberg Faculty Recital Series
Juilliard String Quartet

BEETHOVEN String Quartet in B-flat Major, Op. 130
Jörg WIDMANN Quartet No. 8 (Study on Beethoven III) (New York premiere)
Jörg WIDMANN Quartet No. 10 “Cavatina” (Study on Beethoven V) (New York premiere)
BEETHOVEN Grosse Fuge in B-flat Major, Op. 133
Tickets $30 | Members $15

Wednesday, November 30 | 8pm, Paul Hall
American Brass Quintet Seminar Recital

FREE; no tickets required

Friday, December 2 | 4:30pm, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Master Class With Masaaki Suzuki

Tickets $10

Saturday, December 3, | 5 pm, Rosemary and Meredith Willson Theater
Pre-College Chamber Music

FREE; no tickets required

Monday, December 5 | 7:30pm, Alice Tully Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Juilliard Orchestra
Speranza Scappucci, Conductor

MARTUCCI Notturno
BRAHMS Piano Concerto No. 1 in D Minor
RESPIGHI Pines of Rome
Tickets $30 | Members $15

Tuesday, December 6 | 7:30pm, Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall
Leo B. Ruiz Memorial Recital
Jordan Bak, Viola
(2022 Leo B. Ruiz Memorial Recital Award recipient)
Janice Carissa, Piano
FALLA Siete canciones populares españolas for viola and piano
TAKEMITSU A String Around Autumn, arr. Toshio Hosokawa (2006)
Tyson Gholston DAVIS Tableau XII for solo viola
Alvin SINGLETON Argoru IV for solo viola
H. Leslie ADAMS L’Extase D’Amour for viola and piano
BAX Viola Sonata, GP 251
FREE; tickets required

Tuesday, December 6 | 7:30pm, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Juilliard Jazz Ensembles
What We Hear: Student Compositions

Tickets $20 | Members $10

Wednesday, December 7 | 1pm, Alice Tully Hall
Wednesdays at One
Honors Chamber Music

Wednesday–Friday, December 7–9 | 7:30pm, Peter Jay Sharp Theater
Saturday, December 10 | 2 and 7:30pm, Peter Jay Sharp Theater
Sunday, December 11 | 3pm, Peter Jay Sharp Theater
New Dances: Edition 2022

Tickets $30 | Members $15

Saturday, December 10 | 11am, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Pre-College Winter Songbook

FREE; no tickets required

Saturday, December 10, | 2 pm, Rosemary and Meredith Willson Theater
Pre-College Chamber Music

FREE; no tickets required

Saturday, December 10 | 6pm, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
MAP Chamber Music

FREE; no tickets required

Saturday, December 10 | 6:30pm, Bruno Walter Orchestral Studio (Room 309)
This performance will also be livestreamed
Pre-College Percussion Ensemble
Jonathan Haas and Pablo Rieppi, Co-Directors

FREE; no tickets required

Saturday, December 10 | 7:30pm, Alice Tully Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
AXIOM
Jeffrey Milarsky, Music Director

HINDEMITH Kammermusik No. 1
Jordyn GALLINEK New Work
TAKEMITSU Nostalghia
SCHOENBERG (after Monn) Cello Concerto
FREE; tickets required

Sunday, December 11 | 3pm, Rosemary and Meredith Willson Theater
This performance will also be livestreamed
Juilliard Wind Orchestra
Alan Kay, Conductor

FRANÇAIX 9 pieces caractéristiques
Jeff SCOTT Sacred Women
MILHAUD La création du Monde
Tickets $10

Sunday December 11 | 3pm, Bruno Walter Orchestral Studio (Room 309)
This performance will also be livestreamed
Fortepiano Chamber Music Concert
Audrey Axinn, Coach

FREE; no tickets required

Sunday, December 11 | 4pm, Corpus Christi Church
The Splendors of Dresden
Juilliard415
Laurence Cummings, Director
Music Before 1800

Sunday, December 11 | 7:30pm, National Sawdust, 80 N. 6th St, Brooklyn, NY
Blueprint Fellowship Concert

Monday, December 12 | 7:30 and 9:30pm, Dizzy’s Club
Juilliard Jazz Ensembles
The Music of George Russell and George Shearing

Tuesday, December 13 | 6pm, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Liederabend
With Collaborative Piano department
FREE; no tickets required

Tuesday, December 13 | 7:30pm, Peter Jay Sharp Theater
This performance will also be livestreamed
Juilliard Jazz Orchestra
Everything Is Sound: The Music of Hermeto Pascoal
Jovino Santos Neto, Conductor
Tickets $20 | Members $10

Thursday, December 15 | 11am, Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Studio at Chamber Music Society
Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Master Class With Misha Amory
Pay-what-you-wish tickets start at $10 and can be purchased from CMS

Thursday-Friday, December 15-16 | 7:30pm, Stephanie P. McClelland Drama Theater
Saturday, December 17 | 2 and 8pm, Stephanie P. McClelland Drama Theater
Sunday, December 18 | 7pm, Stephanie P. McClelland Drama Theater
How to Catch Creation
by Christina Anderson
Raz Golden, Director
Tickets $20 | Members $10

Saturday, December 17 | 4:30pm, Peter Jay Sharp Theater
This performance will also be livestreamed
Pre-College String Orchestra
Nico Olarte-Hayes, Conductor
Works by Rossini, Bartók, Saint-Georges, and Mendelssohn
FREE; no tickets required

Saturday, December 17 | 7pm, Abyssinian Baptist Church
MAP Chorus
Adrian Rodriguez, Conductor
FREE; no tickets required

Saturday, December 17 | 7:30pm, Peter Jay Sharp Theater
This performance will also be livestreamed
Pre-College Symphony
Adam Glaser, Conductor
Works by Clara Schumann and Vaughan Williams
FREE; no tickets required

Sunday, December 18 | 3pm, Paul Hall
Juilliard Extension Winter Showcase
Featuring Extension students from piano, voice, drama, guitar, and composition classes and repertoire from various styles and genres
Tickets $10

Monday, December 19 | 7pm, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church
Historical Performance
Chamber Music
FREE; no tickets required

Tuesday, December 20 | Noon, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church
Historical Performance
Chamber Music: Tuesdays at Twelve
FREE; no tickets required

Monday, January 9 | 4:30pm, Paul Hall
Monday, January 9 | 7:30pm, Peter Jay Sharp Theater
Tuesday, January 10 | 4:30pm and 7:30pm, Paul Hall
Wednesday, January 11 | 4:30 and 7:30pm, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
ChamberFest

Tickets $10

Wednesday, January 11 | 1pm, Alice Tully Hall
Wednesdays at One

ChamberFest

Thursday, January 12 | 7:30pm, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Ensemble Connect

Tickets $10

Saturday, January 14 | 10:30am, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Pre-College Youth Chorus

FREE; no tickets required

Saturday, January 14 | 7:30pm, Peter Jay Sharp Theater
This performance will also be livestreamed
Juilliard Jazz Orchestra
The Ever Fonky Lowdown
Damian Sneed, Conductor

Tickets $20 | Members $10

Thursday, January 19 | 7:30pm, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Hsin-Yun Huang, Wu Man, and Li Liang Project

FREE; no tickets required

Thursday, January 19 | 7:30pm, Peter Jay Sharp Theater
This performance will also be livestreamed
A Fiddler’s Tale
David Robertson, Conductor

Featuring students from the Dance, Drama, and Music Divisions
STRAVINSKY A Soldier’s Tale
Wynton MARSALIS A Fiddler’s Tale
Tickets $30 | Members $15

Saturday, January 21 | 6pm, Peter Jay Sharp Theater
This performance will also be livestreamed
MAP Wind Ensemble and Orchestra
Terry Szor, Conductor

FREE; no tickets required

Monday, January 23 | 4pm, Morse Hall
Tuesday, January 24 | 4pm, Morse Hall
Thursday, January 26 | 4pm, Morse Hall
Friday, January 27 | 4pm, Morse Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
String Quartet Haydn-a-thon

FREE; no tickets required

Tuesday, January 24 | 7:30pm, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Juilliard Jazz Ensembles
O Bruxo: Hermeto Pascoal

Tickets $20 | Members $10

Wednesday, January 25 | 6pm, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Sonatenabend

FREE; no tickets required

Thursday, January 26 | 7:30pm Alice Tully Hall
Juilliard Orchestra
Bertrand de Billy, Conductor

Program to include:
BERLIOZ Symphonie fantastique
Tickets $30 | Members $15

Monday, January 30 | 7:30pm, Peter Jay Sharp Theater
This performance will also be livestreamed
AXIOM
Jeffrey Milarsky, Music Director

Joan TOWER Rising
WUORINEN New York Notes
IVES Three Places in New England
FREE; tickets required

Saturday, February 4 | 7:30pm, Alice Tully Hall
Juilliard Orchestra

Roderick Cox, Conductor
DEBUSSY La mer
PROKOFIEV Violin Concerto No. 1 in D Major
DAWSON Negro Folk Symphony
Tickets $30 | Members $15

Friday, February 10 | 7:30pm, Peter Jay Sharp Theater
This performance will also be livestreamed
Juilliard Jazz Orchestra
Darcy James Argue, Conductor
21st-Century Compositions for Jazz Orchestra

Tickets $20 | Members $10


Saturday, February 11 | 7:30pm, Alice Tully Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Henry Purcell: King Arthur
Juilliard415
Juilliard Vocal Arts
Lionel Meunier, Director

Tickets $20 | Members $10

Monday, February 13 | 11am, Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Studio at Chamber Music Society
Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Master Class With Ken Noda

Pay-what-you-wish tickets start at $10 and can be purchased from CMS

Wednesday, February 15 | 6pm, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Sonatenabend

FREE; no tickets required

Wednesday, February 15 | 7:30pm, Rosemary and Meredith Willson Theater
Friday, February 17 | 7:30pm, Rosemary and Meredith Willson Theater
Sunday, February 19 | 2pm, Rosemary and Meredith Willson Theater
Juilliard Opera: Missy Mazzoli’s Proving Up
Steven Osgood, Conductor
Mary Birnbaum, Director
Members of the Juilliard Orchestra

By departmental invitation only

Thursday-Friday, February 16-17 | 7:30pm, Stephanie P. McClelland Drama Theater
Saturday, February 18 | 2 and 8pm, Stephanie P. McClelland Drama Theater
Sunday, February 19 | 7pm, Stephanie P. McClelland Drama Theater

The Who & The What
by Ayad Akhtar
Aneesha Kudtarkar, Director

Tickets $20 | Members $10

Saturday, February 18 | 7:30pm, Alice Tully Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Juilliard Orchestra
Carlos Miguel Prieto, Conductor
Juhee Lim, Piano

Gabriela ORTIZ Tzam
BEETHOVEN Piano Concerto No. 5 in E-flat Major, “Emperor”
SHOSTAKOVICH Symphony No. 9 in E-flat Major
Tickets $30 | Members $15

Saturday, February 18 | 7:30pm, Peter Jay Sharp Theater
This performance will also be livestreamed
Pre-College Orchestra
Adam Glaser, Conductor

Works by Jennifer Higdon, Qigang Chen, and Prokofiev
FREE; no tickets required

Sunday, February 19 | 3pm, Presented by West Side Concert Series West Side Presbyterian Church Ridgewood, New Jersey
Juilliard Chamber Orchestra
Eric Bartlett, Lead Coach

Melinda WAGNER Little Moonhead
RODRIGO Concierto de Aranjuez
MOZART Symphony No. 35 in D Major, “Haffner”

Monday, February 20 | 7:30 and 9:30pm, Dizzy’s Club
Juilliard Jazz Ensembles
The Music of Bud Powell

Wednesday, February 22 | 1pm, Alice Tully Hall
Wednesdays at One
Lab Orchestra

Wednesday, February 22 | 6pm, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Liederabend

With Collaborative Piano department
FREE; no tickets required

Thursday, February 23 | 7:30pm, Alice Tully Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Juilliard Chamber Orchestra
Eric Bartlett, Lead Coach

Melinda WAGNER Little Moonhead
RODRIGO Concierto de Aranjuez
MOZART Symphony No. 35 in D Major, “Haffner”
Tickets $20 | Members $10

Thursday, February 23 | 7:30pm, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Juilliard Songbook

FREE; no tickets required

Thursday, February 23 | 7:30pm, Peter Jay Sharp Theater
The Art of Conversation:
Chamber Music With the 18th C. Schantz Viennese Fortepiano
Tickets $20 | Members $10

Saturday, February 25 | 6 pm, Rosemary and Meredith Willson Theater
Pre-College Chamber Music

FREE; no tickets required

Saturday, February 25 | 7:30pm, Peter Jay Sharp Theater
This performance will also be livestreamed
Pre-College Symphony
Tito Muñoz, Conductor

Works by Amanda Harberg, Herbert, Carlos Simon, and Hanson
FREE; no tickets required

Monday-Wednesday, March 13-15 | 4:30 and 7:30pm, Paul Hall
These performances will also be livestreamed
Mini-ChamberFest

Tickets $10

Wednesday, March 15 | 1pm, Alice Tully Hall
Wednesdays at One
Music for Piano

Wednesday, March 15 | 7:30pm, Merkin Concert Hall at Kaufman Music Center
This performance will also be livestreamed
Vocal Arts Honors Recital

FREE; tickets required

Monday, March 20 | 6 and 8pm, Morse Hall
Wednesday, March 22 | 6 and 8pm, Morse Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Vocal Arts Third-Year Recitals

FREE; no tickets required

Monday, March 20 | 7:30pm, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Daniel Saidenberg Faculty Recital Series
American Brass Quintet

Tickets $20 | Members $10

Wednesday, March 22, 1pm, Alice Tully Hall
Wednesdays at One
Music for Brass

Wednesday–Friday, March 22–24 | 7:30pm, Peter Jay Sharp Theater
Saturday, March 25 | 2 and 7:30pm, Peter Jay Sharp Theater
Spring Dances

Tickets $30 | Members $15

Thursday, March 23 | 6pm, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Liederabend

With Collaborative Piano department
FREE; no tickets required

Monday, March 27 | 7:30pm, Alice Tully Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Juilliard Orchestra
Composers Concert
Jeffrey Milarsky, Conductor

Four world premieres by student composers
FREE; tickets required

Monday, March 27 | 7:30 and 9:30pm, Dizzy’s Club
Juilliard Jazz Ensembles

Ballads, Blues, Burlesque, and Boleros

Tuesday, March 28 | 7:30pm, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Juilliard Jazz Ensembles

Literature and Music
Tickets $20 | Members $10

Wednesday March 29 | 1pm, Alice Tully Hall
Wednesdays at One

Honors Chamber Music

Wednesday, March 29 | 6pm, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Sonatenabend

FREE; no tickets required

Thursday, March 30 | 8pm, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Vocal Arts First-Year Songbook

FREE; no tickets required

Saturday, April 1 | 6:30pm, Bruno Walter Orchestral Studio (Room 309)
This performance will also be livestreamed
Pre-College Percussion Ensemble
Jonathan Haas and Pablo Rieppi, Co-Directors

FREE; no tickets required

Saturday April 1 | 7:30pm, Alice Tully Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
The Classical Style: Vienna at the Turn of the 19th Century
Juilliard415
Laurence Equilbey, Conductor

Tickets $20 | Members $10

Monday, April 3 | 11am, Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Studio at Chamber Music Society
Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Master Class With Jaime Laredo and Sharon Robinson

Pay-what-you-wish tickets start at $10 and can be purchased from CMS

Wednesday, April 5 | 1pm, Alice Tully Hall
Wednesdays at One
Vocal Arts

Friday, April 7 | 7:30pm, Alice Tully Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Daniel Saidenberg Faculty Recital Series
Juilliard String Quartet

MENDELSSOHN String Quartet No. 6, Op. 80
Tyson DAVIS String Quartet No. 2 (New York premiere)
DVORÁK String Quartet No.14, Op. 105
Tickets $30 | Members $15

Tuesday, April 11 | 7:30pm, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Juilliard Jazz Ensembles

Women of Color in Jazz
Tickets $20 | Members $10

Tuesday, April 11 | 7:30pm, Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall
Gerschen Cohen Violin Recital
Timothy Chooi, Violin
(2022 Gerschen Cohen Award recipient)
Tickets $20 | Members $10

Wednesday, April 12 | 1pm, Alice Tully Hall
Wednesdays at One
Percussion Ensemble

Wednesday, April 12 | 6pm, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Sonatenabend

FREE; no tickets required

Thursday, April 13 | 7:30pm, Alice Tully Hall
Alice Tully Vocal Arts Recital
Mikaela Bennett, Soprano
Adam Rothenberg, Piano

Tickets $20 | Members $10

Saturday, April 15 | 2pm, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Pre-College Opera Scenes

FREE; no tickets required

Saturday, April 15, Rosemary and Meredith Willson Theater
MAP Chamber Music

FREE; no tickets required

Saturday, April 15, Glorya Kaufman Studio
MAP Composers’ Showcase

FREE; no tickets required

Sunday, April 16 | 8:30pm, Morse Hall
Mixed Ensembles Concert
Carol Wincenc, Coach

FREE; no tickets required

Monday, April 17 | 7:30pm, Alice Tully Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Juilliard Orchestra
Simone Young, Conductor

Program to include:
John CORIGLIANO Piano Concerto
STRAUSS Tod und Verklärung
Tickets $30 | Members $15

Tuesday, April 18 | 7:30pm, Peter Jay Sharp Theater
Thursday, April 20 | 7:30pm, Peter Jay Sharp Theater
Saturday, April 22 | 2pm, Peter Jay Sharp Theater
Juilliard Opera: Puccini’s Suor Angelica and Gianni Schicchi
Juilliard Orchestra
Keri-Lynn Wilson, Conductor
John Giampietro, Director

Tickets $40 | Members $20

Wednesday, April 19 | 7:30pm, Stephanie P. McClelland Drama Theater
Thursday, April 20 | 7:30pm, Stephanie P. McClelland Drama Theater
Friday, April 21 | 7:30pm, Stephanie P. McClelland Drama Theater
Saturday, April 22 | 2 and 8pm, Stephanie P. McClelland Drama Theater
Third-Year Play 1

Tickets $20 | Members $10

Friday, April 21 | 8pm, Rosemary and Meredith Willson Theater
Saturday, April 22 | 2:30 and 8pm, Rosemary and Meredith Willson Theater
Sunday, April 23 | 2:30 and 8pm, Rosemary and Meredith Willson Theater
Senior Dance Production

Tickets $10

Saturday, April 22 | 7pm, Abyssinian Baptist Church
MAP Chorus

Monday, April 24 | 8pm, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Liederabend

With Collaborative Piano department
FREE; no tickets required

Monday, April 24 | 8pm, Morse Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
American Brass Quintet Seminar Recital

FREE; no tickets required

Wednesday, April 26 | 1pm, Alice Tully Hall
Wednesdays at One
Honors Chamber Music

Friday, April 28 | 6pm
Honors Chamber Music
Rosemary and Meredith Willson Theater
FREE; no tickets required

Saturday, April 29 | 10:30am, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Pre-College Youth Chorus
Esther Liu Harris, Director

FREE; no tickets required

Saturday, April 29 | 11am, Bruno Walter Auditorium at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center
String Quartet/Beethoven-a-thon

FREE; no tickets required

Saturday, April 29 | 5 pm, Rosemary and Meredith Willson Theater
Pre-College Chamber Music

FREE; no tickets required

Saturday, April 29 | 4:30pm, Peter Jay Sharp Theater
This performance will also be livestreamed
MAP Wind Ensemble and Orchestra
Terry Szor, Conductor

FREE; no tickets required

Saturday, April 29 | 7:30pm, Peter Jay Sharp Theater
This performance will also be livestreamed
Pre-College Symphony
Adam Glaser, Conductor

Works by Michael Abels, Tchaikovsky, and Chuyi (Lucy) Luo
FREE; no tickets required

Monday, May 1 | 7:30pm, Alice Tully Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Moving Through Time: Baroque Dances Old and New
Juilliard415
Robert Mealy, Director

With students from Juilliard Dance and baroque dancers
Tickets $20 | Members $10

Wednesday, May 3 | 11am, Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Studio at Chamber Music Society
Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Master Class With David Shifrin

Pay-what-you-wish tickets start at $10 and can be purchased from CMS

Wednesday, May 3 | 1pm, Alice Tully Hall
Wednesdays at One
Pre-College Chamber Music

Wednesday, May 3 | 7:30PM, Rosemary and Meredith Willson Theater
Thursday, May 4 | 7:30PM, Rosemary and Meredith Willson Theater
New York Festival of Song at Juilliard

Coached, curated, and performed by Steven Blier with singers from Juilliard Vocal Arts
Tickets $20 | Members $10

Friday, May 5 | 7:30pm, Stephanie P. McClelland Drama Theater
Saturday, May 6 | 2 and 8pm, Stephanie P. McClelland Drama Theater
Sunday, May 7 | 2 and 8pm, Stephanie P. McClelland Drama Theater
Third-Year Play 2

Tickets $20 | Members $10

Saturday, May 6 | 2pm, David Geffen Hall
MAP Orchestra with the New York Philharmonic: Young People’s Concert

World premieres by Composing Inclusion awardees, to be announced by the American Composers Forum
A joint project of American Composers Forum, New York Philharmonic, and Juilliard with funding from the Sphinx Venture Fund
Tickets required; nyphil.org

Saturday, May 6 | 6pm, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Pre-College High School Chorus
Patrick Romano, Director

FREE; no tickets required

Saturday, May 6 | 12 pm, Rosemary and Meredith Willson Theater
Pre-College Chamber Music

FREE; no tickets required

Sunday, May 7 | 3pm, Bruno Walter Orchestral Studio (Room 309)
This performance will also be livestreamed
Fortepiano Chamber Music Concert
Audrey Axinn, Coach

FREE; no tickets required

Tuesday-Friday May 9–12 | Dizzy’s Club
Juilliard Jazz Orchestra
Ellington Suites and Rare Gems
Andy Farber, Conductor

Friday–Saturday May 12–13 | 7:30pm, Peter Jay Sharp Theater
Choreographic Honors

Tickets $10

Saturday, May 13 | 2 pm, Rosemary and Meredith Willson Theater
Pre-College Chamber Music

FREE; no tickets required

Saturday, May 13 | 4:30pm, Paul Hall
This performance will also be livestreamed
Pre-College String Orchestra
Nico Olarte-Hayes, Conductor

Works by Mozart, Clarice Assad, Arensky, and Beethoven
FREE; no tickets required

Monday, May 15 | 7:30pm, Peter Jay Sharp Theater
Juilliard Dance Senior Graduation Concert

Tickets $10

Wednesday, May 17 | 7:30pm, Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall
Lisa Arnhold Memorial Recital
Ivalas Quartet

The Ivalas Quartet is Juilliard’s 2022-23 graduate resident string quartet; its members are Lisa Arnhold Fellows.
Tickets $20 | Members $10

Thursday, May 18 | 7:30pm, David Geffen Hall
Commencement Concert
David Robertson, Conductor

Program to include
John ADAMS Harmonielehre
Tickets $15-$30 | Members $7.50-$15

Saturday, May 20 | 7:30pm, Peter Jay Sharp Theater
This performance will also be livestreamed
Pre-College Orchestra
David Robertson, Conductor

Works by Sarah Kirkland Snider, Messiaen, John Adams, and Bartók
FREE; no tickets required

Sunday, May 21 | 3pm, Paul Hall
Juilliard Extension Spring Showcase

Join an end-of-year celebration featuring creative achievements of Extension students across disciplines and repertoire in music, dance, and drama
Tickets $10

Current as of August 1, 2022. Programs, dates, times, and artists are subject to change.

FAQs

How many music students are at Juilliard? ›

Is Juilliard the best dance school in the world? ›

Juilliard is in the top 10% of the country for dance. More specifically it was ranked #14 out of 174 schools by College Factual. It is also ranked #2 in New York.
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Juilliard Dance Rankings.
Ranking TypeRank
Best Value Bachelor's Degree Colleges for Dance (Income Over $110k)151
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What is the acceptance rate at Juilliard? ›

Is Julliard a real school? ›

Located at Lincoln Center in New York City, Juilliard offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in dance, drama (acting and playwriting), and music (classical, jazz, historical performance, and vocal arts).

How hard is it to get in Juilliard? ›

Admission to Juilliard is highly competitive, with an overall acceptance rate between five and eight percent.

How many times can you audition for Juilliard? ›

How many times may I apply? The maximum number of application attempts is four. For example, an actor could apply twice as a BFA applicant and then return after completing an undergraduate degree to apply twice as an MFA applicant.

What GPA is required for Juilliard? ›

Undergraduate students must maintain a semester and cumulative 1.70 GPA during their first year of study, and a 2.00 GPA for subsequent years. Graduate students must maintain a minimum 2.70 GPA throughout their entire program.

Why is Juilliard so famous? ›

Founded in 1905, The Juilliard School is a world leader in performing arts education. The school's mission is to provide the highest caliber of artistic education for gifted musicians, dancers, and actors from around the world so that they may achieve their fullest potential as artists, leaders, and global citizens.

How much do Juilliard graduates make? ›

How good do you have to be for Juilliard? ›

The Juilliard School's average GPA is 3.15. The Juilliard School does require GPA. The Juilliard School is currently selective. However, be aware that oftentimes schools in this GPA range are increasing their selectivity in hope of increasing “prestige”.

What GPA is required for Harvard? ›

You should also have a 4.18 GPA or higher. If your GPA is lower than this, you need to compensate with a higher SAT/ACT score. For a school as selective as Harvard, you'll also need to impress them with the rest of your application.

Do you need good grades for Juilliard? ›

In most cases, the Juilliard School requires no specific courses, GPAs, standardized test scores, or class rankings for entry to this program. However, we will carefully evaluate your academic record and required essay to make sure you have the scholastic competence necessary to succeed in college-level coursework.

Is Juilliard an Ivy League school? ›

Its members are Brown University, Columbia University, Cornell University, Dartmouth College, Harvard University, Princeton University, the University of Pennsylvania, and Yale University.

Does Juilliard give full scholarships? ›

Artist Diploma in Performance and Historical Performance majors: Full tuition scholarships are awarded to all admitted students. No financial aid forms are required for students enrolled in these programs. However, keep in mind that additional fees will be charged annually.

Is Juilliard the best music school? ›

1. Juilliard School. Founded in 1905, the Juilliard School can easily be considered the most prestigious music conservatory in the country—and for good reason.

Does Juilliard have an age limit? ›

The School does not set a minimum or maximum age limit (with the exception of Dance and the Artist Diploma in Opera Studies; please see those sections below for more information).

Why is Juilliard acceptance rate so low? ›

Meanwhile, music schools such as Juilliard might have especially low acceptance rates because they're only willing to accept extremely talented students in a very specific area of study. There are also schools where students are offered free tuition or must meet financial need qualifications in order to be accepted.

What school has the lowest acceptance rate? ›

Top 100 - Lowest Acceptance Rates
SchoolLocationFall 2021 Acceptance Rate
Princeton UniversityPrinceton, NJ4%
Stanford UniversityStanford, CA4%
Yale UniversityNew Haven, CT5%
Brown UniversityProvidence, RI6%
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How many dancers get accepted into Juilliard? ›

Juilliard ranks No. 1 among global performing arts schools and only accepts 24 dance students each year, 12 males and 12 females. To be considered for acceptance, applicants must complete a rigorous five-step dance audition which includes ballet and modern techniques.

Who is the youngest person to attend Juilliard? ›

At sixteen, Seth was the youngest person to ever be admitted to Juilliard's drama department. Now at twenty-five, he has a multitude of TV and film credits and has also starred in three Broadway shows: The Merchant of Venice, War Horse, and Golden Boy.

Can kids go to Juilliard? ›

Pre-College offers a comprehensive conservatory-style music program for students 8–18 years old who exhibit the talent, potential and ambition to pursue serious music study at the college level.

Did Lady Gaga go to Juilliard? ›

Now known as Lady Gaga (the inspiration for her name came from the Queen song "Radio Ga-Ga"), she has become an international pop star. Gaga learned to play the piano by the age of 4. At the age of 11, she was accepted to the Juilliard School in Manhattan, but instead attended a private Catholic school in the city.

What is the hardest school to get into? ›

1. Harvard University — 3.19% With a record-low admission rate of just 3.19% for the class of 2026, Harvard currently ranks as the most difficult school to get into. This rate reflects admission into Harvard College, the Ivy League university's undergraduate school.

How do people get into Juilliard? ›

Requirements and Admissions Tips

At Juilliard, you will have to provide an in-person audition in order to be accepted. Additionally, you will most likely have an interview with a member of the faculty, if you are selected far enough into the process to get one.

How many students does Juilliard accept a year? ›

Acceptance Rate
Admissions Statistics (2017-18)
Number of Applicants2,848
Percent Admitted8%
Percent Admitted Who Enrolled (Yield)56%
5 Jul 2019

What is the most prestigious music school in the US? ›

1. The Juilliard School. The Juilliard School, or simply Juilliard as most people call it, is known as the most prestigious performing arts educational institution in the world, according to a number of rankings doled out every year.

What is the acceptance rate for Juilliard 2022? ›

2022 Acceptance Rate for The Juilliard School

It is extremely difficult to get into The Juilliard School. The Juilliard School admitted 7% of all applicants in 2022, the most recent year surveyed. In 2022, just 174 out of the 2,342 students who applied were accepted.

How many violinists does Juilliard accept? ›

About this Program

The Music Division accepts a total of approximately 150 classical instrumentalists and vocalists, and approximately 7 to 9 jazz instrumentalists, into the BM program every year.

Where do Juilliard students perform? ›

Most performances take place in one of Juilliard's main performance spaces: The Peter Jay Sharp Theater, Paul Recital Hall, Morse Hall, and the Rosemary and Meredith Willson Theater, but our students also regularly appear at other major New York City venues including Carnegie Hall, where the Juilliard Orchestra gives ...

Does Juilliard have ballet? ›

Juilliard develops artists who are trained in ballet, modern, and contemporary dance techniques. Juilliard dancers enjoy unparalleled opportunities to work with today's leading choreographers and perform both new work and existing repertory.

What GPA do you need to get into Yale? ›

In truth, you need close to a 4.0 unweighted GPA to get into Yale. That means nearly straight As in every class.

How many people apply to Juilliard drama each year? ›

The Juilliard School received 2,434 undergraduate applications in 2020, which represents a 9.99% annual decline. Out of those 2,434 applicants, 186 students were accepted for enrollment, representing a 7.64% acceptance rate.

What GPA do you need to get into NYU? ›

Most students admitted to NYU have an unweighted GPA of 3.7 or above, so you'll need to have at least a 3.7 to be seriously evaluated. To meet the NYU GPA requirements, you'll have to score primarily A's and A-'s on your high school courses.

What is the highest GPA ever? ›

One student even managed to land a stunning 10.03 GPA by taking 17 advanced classes at a school that awarded bonus points. If the different GPA scales seem a little confusing, check out our guide on how to calculate GPA for a straightforward explanation of weighted and unweighted GPAs.

What is the highest GPA possible? ›

3 for a minus, with a 4.0 being the highest possible value (so an A+ will have the same value as an A). On a 4.0 scale, the average GPA calculations are pretty simple. If you want to figure out what your GPA is right now, you can either ask to see it at your counselor's office or you can calculate it by hand.

What GPA is required for Oxford? ›

Undergraduate qualifications

If your graduate course at Oxford requires a 'first class undergraduate degree with honours' in the UK system, you will usually need an overall GPA of at least 3.7 out of 4.0 or 4.5 out of 5.0.

Do music schools care about GPA? ›

Universities with music schools attached are unique from independent music schools in that, generally speaking, they do care about the students having a competitive GPA. Keep in mind that while this is not always the case, it is in the case of many university-based programs.

How selective is Juilliard? ›

The acceptance rate at Juilliard School is 4.9%.

For every 100 applicants, only 5 are admitted. This means the school is extremely selective. Meeting their GPA requirements and SAT/ACT requirements is very important to getting past their first round of filters and proving your academic preparation.

What is a GPA score? ›

Your grade point average (GPA) is the sum of all your course grades throughout your high school career divided by the total number of credits. Most high schools (and colleges) report grades on a 4.0 scale. The top grade, an A, equals a 4.0.

How many students does Juilliard accept a year? ›

Acceptance Rate
Admissions Statistics (2017-18)
Number of Applicants2,848
Percent Admitted8%
Percent Admitted Who Enrolled (Yield)56%
5 Jul 2019

Is Berklee vs Juilliard better? ›

The Berklee school of music ranking is always in the top five of any ranking, oftentimes second only to Juilliard. But unlike Juilliard with its emphasis on the classical arts, Berklee is a distinctively contemporary music school. Its philosophy holds that music can be best taught through the music of the time.

What is the average GPA for Juilliard? ›

The Juilliard School's average GPA is 3.15. The Juilliard School does require GPA. The Juilliard School is currently selective. However, be aware that oftentimes schools in this GPA range are increasing their selectivity in hope of increasing “prestige”.

Is Juilliard the best music school? ›

1. Juilliard School. Founded in 1905, the Juilliard School can easily be considered the most prestigious music conservatory in the country—and for good reason.

How much do Juilliard graduates make? ›

Why is Juilliard so famous? ›

Founded in 1905, The Juilliard School is a world leader in performing arts education. The school's mission is to provide the highest caliber of artistic education for gifted musicians, dancers, and actors from around the world so that they may achieve their fullest potential as artists, leaders, and global citizens.

Is Juilliard an Ivy League school? ›

Its members are Brown University, Columbia University, Cornell University, Dartmouth College, Harvard University, Princeton University, the University of Pennsylvania, and Yale University.

What is the best College to study music? ›

Curtis Institute of Music

#1 Best Colleges for Music in America.

What is the most prestigious music school in the US? ›

1. The Juilliard School. The Juilliard School, or simply Juilliard as most people call it, is known as the most prestigious performing arts educational institution in the world, according to a number of rankings doled out every year.

What is the average GPA for Harvard? ›

Average GPA: 4.18

The average GPA at Harvard is 4.18. (Most schools use a weighted GPA out of 4.0, though some report an unweighted GPA.

What GPA is required for Harvard? ›

Most students admitted to Harvard have an unweighted GPA of 4.18 or above, so you'll need to have at least a 4.2 to be seriously evaluated. To meet the Harvard requirements, you'll have to score primarily A's on your high school courses.

Did Lady Gaga go to Juilliard? ›

Now known as Lady Gaga (the inspiration for her name came from the Queen song "Radio Ga-Ga"), she has become an international pop star. Gaga learned to play the piano by the age of 4. At the age of 11, she was accepted to the Juilliard School in Manhattan, but instead attended a private Catholic school in the city.

How old do you have to be to go to Juilliard? ›

Age Limits

In general, the faculty and the Committee on Admissions will give preference to students in the formative stages of their performance careers who will benefit most from the type of training available at Juilliard. All applicants must be a minimum of 16 years of age upon matriculation to Juilliard.

Is Juilliard the most prestigious? ›

The Juilliard School is one of the top universities in New York City, United States. It is ranked #3 in QS WUR Ranking By Subject 2022.

How hard is it to get into the Royal Academy of music? ›

The acceptance rate for the Royal Academy of Music is around 10% making the institution difficult to get into. The academy enrols around 860 students per year and prepares them in 22 music disciplines. The bachelors of Music is the most popular course at undergraduate level offered by the academy.

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