The Juilliard School, Rites of Spring: Graduation, Shakespeare, and a Final Master Class

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Here at Juilliard, there are a few sure signs of spring: students relaxing outdoors, trees in full bloom, final recitals—and graduation, which is on May 22. Acclaimed theater, film, and opera director Nicholas Hytner will deliver the commencement address; you can find out more about him and the four other honorary degree recipients in the cover story of this month’s Journal.

Third-Year Shakespeare Rep 

Rebecca Guy, shown here with fourth-year actor Rob Aramayo, is directing the third-year production of The Winter’s Tale.  (Photo by Jessica Katz)What can you expect from this year’s third-year Shakespeare rep? Faculty member-directors Jenny Lord and Rebecca Guy talk about the productions, Measure for Measure and The Winter’s Tale, with actor Sarah Tolan-Mee.

Gerald Finley Master Class

(Photo by Sim Canetty-Clarke)Acclaimed Canadian bass-baritone Gerald Finley will lead the last live-streamed master class of the season for students from the Marcus Institute for Vocal Arts on Thursday, May 7.

If you missed our master class with Thomas Hampson earlier this semester, or if you’d like to see it again, it’s available on our YouTube channel.

Spring Break Service Project: From the Big Apple to the Big Easy 

Juilliard students conducted workshops and performed in elementary and middle schools in New Orleans over spring break. (Photos by Riley O’Flynn)
For the past nine years, Juilliard students have traveled to New Orleans over spring break for community outreach and performances. Check out a slide show of this year’s adventures in the May issue of The Journal.

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The Art of War … and Making Art From War

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As part of an ongoing exploration of Juilliard connections to the military, The Journal spoke with directing alum John Farmanesh-Bocca about how Shakespeare and Socrates, among others, tackled war as a theme, and how their stories remain relevant.

Also this month, The Journal features a special section commemorating the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II, including dispatches students wrote from the fronts, a tribute to Tuskegee Airman and Juilliard percussionist LeRoy Battle (pictured at left), and more.

Read the latest issue of The Journal

This marks the final issue of the Juilliard e-newsletter until the new school year. We hope you have a great summer!


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