MAY 2015 – JUILLIARD CALENDAR OF EVENTS

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MAY 2015 – JUILLIARD CALENDAR OF EVENTS

 

Sat, May 2 at 8

Alice Tully Hall

 

David Hill Conducts Juilliard415 and Yale Schola Cantorum

 

KELLOGG Shout Joy!

WILLIAMS O Brother Man

HAYDN Symphony No. 94, “The Surprise”

BEETHOVEN Mass in C Major

 

Frequent collaborators Juilliard415 and Yale Schola Cantorum are led by early music specialist David Hill in a program of works by Beethoven and Haydn–a preface to the group’s upcoming European tour.

 

$20/$10; available 1/13

Online and box office

Sat, May 2 at 5

Sharp Theater

 

Pre-College String Ensemble

Shih-Hung Young, conductor

Harmony Zhu, piano

 

ROSSINI Overture to L’italiana in Algeri

MOZART Piano Concerto No. 12 in A Major, K. 414

SIBELIUS Valse Triste, Op. 44, No. 1

BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 1 in C Major, Op. 21

 

FREE, no tickets required
Sat, May 2 at 7:30

Sharp Theater

 

Pre-College Chamber Ensembles

 

 

FREE, no tickets required
Mon, May 4 at 8

Alice Tully Hall

The Aeolus Quartet in Recital

Death and Transfiguration

 

Nicholas Tavani, violin

Rachel Shapiro, violin

Gregory Luce, viola

Alan Richardson, cello

 

With guest violist Samuel Rhodes and guest cellist Joel Krosnick

 

SCHUBERT Quartet in D Minor, D 810, “Death and the Maiden”

BOYCE Alcyone (World Premiere)

SCHOENBERG Verklarte Nacht (for string sextet)

 

Juilliard’s Graduate Resident String Quartet performs the 22nd Annual Arnhold Memorial Recital.

 

$20/$10; available 1/13

Online and box office

Wed, May 6 at 8

Alice Tully Hall

 

Henry Kramer, Piano | Petschek Piano Award Recital

 

LISZT Drei Stücke aus der heilige Elisabeth, S. 498b

AARON JAY KERNIS (b. 1960) Morningsong and Mist (Aubade sous brume)

RAVEL Gaspard de la Nuit

CHOPIN 24 Preludes, Op. 28

 

The Petschek Piano Recital Award was established through the generosity of the William Petschek Charitable Trust to assist in launching the careers of young pianists. Previous winners have included Zhang Zuo, Michael Brown, Joyce Yang, Jeremy Denk, Frederic Chiu, Jon Kimura Parker, and Orion Weiss, among others.

 

 

 

$20/$10; available 1/13

Online and box office

Wed, May 6 at 8
McClelland Theater
Juilliard Drama: Shakespeare Repertory: The Winter’s Tale

Rebecca Guy, director

Group 45 (third-year actors)

 

$20/$10; available 4/9

Online and box office

Thu, May 7 at 4

Paul Hall

 

Gerald Finley Master Class Livestream

Eric Jurenas, countertenor

Kurt Kanazawa, baritone

Jake Alan Nelson, baritone

Daniel Miroslaw, bass

 

One of the leading singers and dramatic interpreters of his generation, internationally-renowned baritone Gerald Finley leads singers from the Ellen and James S. Marcus Institute for Vocal Arts in a live streamed master class.

 

Available to the public via live web stream only at live.juilliard.edu

 

Gerald Finley appears by kind permission of The Metropolitan Opera

 

By invitation only
Thu, May 7 at 8
McClelland Theater

 

Juilliard Drama: Shakespeare Repertory: The Winter’s Tale

Rebecca Guy, director

Group 45 (third-year actors)

 

$20/$10; available 4/9

Online and box office

Sat, May 9 at 12

Willson Theater

 

Pre-College Chamber Music Marathon FREE, no tickets required
Sat, May 9 at 1:30

Paul Hall

 

Pre-College Choruses: Middle School and Youth FREE, no tickets required
Sat, May 9 at 6

Paul Hall

 

Pre-College Choruses: High School

 

 

FREE, no tickets required
Sat, May 9 at 8
McClelland Theater
Juilliard Drama: Shakespeare Repertory: Measure for Measure

Jenny Lord, director

Group 45 (third-year actors)

 

$20/$10; available 4/9

Online and box office

Sun, May 10 at 2
McClelland Theater

 

Juilliard Drama: Shakespeare Repertory: Measure for Measure

Jenny Lord, director

Group 45 (third-year actors)

 

$20/$10; available 4/9

Online and box office

Sun, May 10 at 8
McClelland Theater
Juilliard Drama: Shakespeare Repertory: The Winter’s Tale

Rebecca Guy, director

Group 45 (third-year actors)

 

$20/$10; available 4/9

Online and box office

Wed, May 13 at 8
McClelland Theater
Juilliard Drama: Shakespeare Repertory: Measure for Measure

Jenny Lord, director

Group 45 (third-year actors)

 

$20/$10; available 4/9

Online and box office

Thu, May 14 at 8
McClelland Theater
Juilliard Drama: Shakespeare Repertory: The Winter’s Tale

Rebecca Guy, director

Group 45 (third-year actors)

 

$20/$10; available 4/9

Online and box office

Fri, May 15 at 8

Sharp Theater

Choreographic Honors

A sampling of works curated from workshops and performances by Dance Division students throughout the year.

 

 

FREE, ticketed; available 1/13

Online only

Fri, May 15 at 8
McClelland Theater

 

Juilliard Drama: Shakespeare Repertory: Measure for Measure

Jenny Lord, director

Group 45 (third-year actors)

 

$20/$10; available 4/9

Online and box office

Sat, May 16 at 2
McClelland Theater
Juilliard Drama: Shakespeare Repertory: The Winter’s Tale

Rebecca Guy, director

Group 45 (third-year actors)

 

$20/$10; available 4/9

Online and box office

Sat, May 16 at 7

Willson Theater

 

Pre-College Chamber Ensembles FREE, no tickets required
Sat, May 16 at 8
McClelland Theater
Juilliard Drama: Shakespeare Repertory: Measure for Measure

Jenny Lord, director

Group 45 (third-year actors)

 

$20/$10; available 4/9

Online and box office

Sat, May 16 at 8

Sharp Theater

 

Choreographic Honors

A sampling of works curated from workshops and performances by Dance Division students throughout the year.

 

FREE, ticketed; available 1/13

Online only

Mon, May 18 at 8

Sharp Theater

Senior Dance Showcase

Featuring Juilliard Dance’s “Class of 2015” in a diverse program of solos and duets choreographed by these graduating dancers, as well as alumni and faculty, plus selections from the major repertory.

 

FREE, ticketed; available 1/13

Online only (limited)

Wed, May 20 at 1

Alice Tully Hall

 

Wednesdays at One: Pre-College Chamber Music

Juilliard artists share their talent with the community in these free, hour-long lunchtime concerts on Wednesday afternoons throughout the season

 

FREE, no tickets required
Thu, May 21 at 6

Alice Tully Hall

 

Juilliard Orchestra Commencement Concert

Alan Gilbert, conductor

 

STRAUSS Don Juan, Op.20

BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 7 in A Major, Op. 92

 

Alan Gilbert, Music Director of the New York Philharmonic and Juilliard’s Director of Conducting and Orchestral Studies, leads the Juilliard Orchestra in their final concert of the season–a Juilliard tradition that features an ensemble comprised of graduating musicians, attended by their family and friends.

 

Limited
Fri, May 22 at 11

Alice Tully Hall

 

110th Commencement

Juilliard celebrates its 110th Commencement Ceremony by awarding diplomas to its actors, dancers, and musicians in the Class of 2015. Juilliard President Joseph W. Polisi reads special citations and presents degrees to distinguished honorees to be announced.

 

Available to the public via live web stream only at live.juilliard.edu.

 

No public tickets available
Fri, May 22 at

3:30 & 7:30

Paul Hall

 

Juilliard String Quartet Seminar Recitals

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FREE, no tickets required
Sat, May 23 at 1

Sharp Theater

 

Pre-College Symphony

George Stelluto, conductor

Max Bobby, cello

 

BRAHMS Tragische Ouvertüre, Op. 81

HERBERT Cello Concerto No. 2 in E Minor, Op. 30

CANNING Fantasy on a Hymn by Justin Morgan

SHOSTAKOVICH Symphony No. 6 in B Minor, Op. 54

 

FREE, no tickets required
Sat, May 23 at 8

Sharp Theater

 

Pre-College Orchestra

Adam Glaser, conductor

Alec Manasse, clarinet

 

MOZART Overture to La Clemenza di Tito, K. 621

MOZART Clarinet Concerto in A Major, K. 622

BERLIOZ Symphonie Fantastique, Op. 14

 

FREE, no tickets required
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