Feast your eyes on The Juilliard School’s incredibly rich collection of original, hand-written sheet music and other items dating back to works of Bach and Beethoven. Your one-of-a-kind visit to their private manuscript library will include a tour of rehearsal spaces and classrooms, a meeting with the COO, and their Spring Dances Concert. This event is for HBSCNY club members only, with extremely limited capacity.
The Juilliard School is one of the foremost institutions of higher learning for music, dance, and drama with many notable alumni directing, composing, and performing on stages and screens worldwide. This highly valued Community Partners client has offered to host a truly rare event for a limited number of HBSCNY members. The evening will include a meet up with Juilliard’s COO and a visit to their private collection of musical treasures: manuscripts, sheet music and other original documents. Along with a tour of the school, the evening will be topped off with a performance of Spring Dances, a regularly scheduled public performance by Juilliard student dancers and musicians. This year’s program includes Trisha Brown’s Set and Reset/Reset (2020) based on Set and Reset (1983), Donald McKayle’s Rainbow ‘Round My Shoulder (1959) with live music from Broadway Inspirational Voices, and Paul Taylor’s Promethean Fire (2002) with live music by the Juilliard Orchestra.
Please note that no refunds will be issued.
Chief Operating Officer and Corporate Secretary
Lesley Rosenthal is Chief Operating Officer & Corporate Secretary at The Juilliard School after being Executive Vice President – General Counsel and Secretary of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. She has taught at Harvard and elsewhere on nonprofit management, governance, and law. Her book Good Counsel: Meeting the Legal Needs of Nonprofits is used widely. Lesley graduated from Harvard College and Harvard Law and serves as Vice-Chair of the University’s Board of Overseers. She is president of the New York Bar Foundation and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
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