Watch PBS' Documentary on The Juilliard School

Classic Arts News   Watch PBS' Documentary on The Juilliard School
 
The program explores the history and legacy of the performing arts school with notable alumni and the next generation of artists.
Juilliard Drama performance of Shakespeare's "Cymbeline" in 2017
Juilliard Drama performance of Shakespeare's Cymbeline in 2017 Jessica Katz

Treasures of New York: The Juilliard School, which recently aired on PBS, is now available to stream. Part of a series highlighting New York’s cultural heritage, the one-hour documentary examines the history and legacy of one of the world's leading performing arts conservatories, from its creation to move to Lincoln Center.

Featuring intensive programs in drama, dance, and music, Juilliard boasts a star-studded roster of alumni—many of whom are featured throughout documentary, including Christine Baranski, Itzhak Perlman, Alan Gilbert, Danielle Brooks, John Heginbotham, and Wynton Marsalis. Treasures of New York: The Juilliard School is a production of PBS affiliate WLIW.

Click here to watch the entire documentary.


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