A TRIO OF JUILLIARD PERFORMANCES ON MONDAY (SPONSORED)

VladimirJurowski_SheilaRock
Vladimir Jurowski, who will conduct the Juilliard Orchestra on Monday. Photo by Sheila Rock.

Check out these three events going on at Juilliard on Monday.

Sam Shepard’s Buried Child
Monday, November 25 at 8 PM
Juilliard’s McClelland Drama Theater (155 W 65th Street)

Daniel Fish directs Juilliard Drama’s fourth-year actors in playwright Sam Shepard’s Buried Child, which tells the tale of an unhappy family harboring a dark secret, unearthed by one of its members to purge them of their infamy and suggest the possibility of a new beginning.
Tickets $20, half-price senior/student tickets, available at the Juilliard Box Office
TDF accepted at the Juilliard Box Office only
http://www.juilliard.edu/child

Vladimir Jurowski Conducts the Juilliard Orchestra
Monday, November 25 at 8 PM
Alice Tully Hall (1941 Broadway)

Grammy-nominated Russian conductor Vladimir Jurowski makes his first appearance with the Juilliard Orchestra, leading a program of early Shostakovich works, including the composer’s first full-score attempt, New Babylon (1929), which accompanied a silent film, and Hypothetically Murdered (1931)—a collection of theatrical and witty music hall tunes. Concluding the program is Shostakovich’s first symphony (1924-25), which garnered international acclaim shortly after its 1926 premiere, and hints at characteristics that established the composer’s discernible musical style.
Tickets $20 available at the Alice Tully Hall Box Office, by calling (212) 721-6500, or online at www.juilliard.edu/fallorch
Half-price senior/student tickets available at the Alice Tully Hall Box Office only
http://www.juilliard.edu/fallorch

PianoScope 2013 | Suite Dreams: Baroque Dances, Reimagined
Monday, November 25 at 8 PM
Juilliard’s Paul Hall (155 W 65th Street)

A collaboration between fourteen Juilliard pianists, dancers, and artists from Historical Performance, featuring works by J.S. Bach, Brahms, Chabrier, Debussy, Handel, Leclair, Prokofiev, Ravel, Schoenberg, and Vivaldi
FREE; no tickets required
http://events.juilliard.edu/?trumbaEmbed=view%3Devent%26eventid%3D94382867

NEWS | 1 comment | permalink
    1. Jay Fahey says:

      Hey! I received this on Nov. 26th!! when all the action was over.

      Please post upcoming concerts etc. only, and not concerts etc. that are history.