Starting on Thursday 12 October 2017, Juilliard will present a series of live-streamed masterclasses with four of the world’s leading musicians: Murray Perahia, Sir András Schiff, Joyce DiDonato and Yannick Nézet-Séguin. These public masterclasses offer Juilliard musicians the invaluable opportunity to work with distinguished artists. Free tickets are available at juilliard.edu/calendar.
- Thursday 12 October 2017, 6pm – Murray Perahia
- Monday 16 October 2017, 4pm – Sir András Schiff
- Tuesday 17 October 2017, 4pm – Joyce DiDonato
- Friday 26 January 2017, 4pm – Yannick Nézet-Séguin
Times above are local times.
All masterclasses will be streamed live at juilliard.edu/live and be available in delayed streaming at medici.tv. The medici.tv broadcast dates are 20 October (András Schiff); 21 October (Joyce DiDonato); and 22 October (Murray Perahia).
Joyce, a fierce advocate for arts education, will also give masterclasses this season at the Wigmore Hall on 24 November, streamed live on the Wigmore Hall’s website; at the Royal Opera House on 14 December; and in Carnegie Hall’s Resnick Education Wing on 21-23 April 2018, also live-streamed. Joyce’s previous live-streamed masterclasses from Carnegie Hall are still available on medici.tv.
Sir András, also a strong supporter of arts education, has this year given masterclasses at the Wigmore Hall, and in Oxford (as part of the Oxford Piano Festival), Essen, Verbier and Gstaad (as Professor of the 2017 Gstaad Piano Academy). He will return to Manchester this November for a joint Royal Northern College of Music/Chetham’s School of Music masterclass. Selected videos from Gstaad are still available here.