The Juilliard School in New York City has announced the resident faculty for the Tianjin Juilliard School, located in Tainjin, China. Opening in 2019, the Tianjin Juilliard School will be the first performing arts institution in China to offer a U.S.-accredited Master of Music degree, pending approval by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. The new campus will offer a graduate program for a Master of Music degree from Juilliard in orchestral studies, chamber music, or collaborative piano; a Pre-College program for students ages 8 to 18; an instrumental training program; adult education; and public performances. The school’s Graduate Studies programs, focused on collaborative musicianship, will launch in fall 2020.

Members of the resident faculty at the Tianjin Juilliard School include LEE ALLEN (trombone), NICCOLO ATHENS (Pre-College composition, ear training), AUDREY AXINN (ensemble coach, Graduate Studies), SCOTT BELL (oboe), JOEL BRENNAN (trumpet), SHEILA BROWNE (viola, chamber music), JULIA GLENN (Pre-College violin, music theory), WEI HE (violin, chamber music), GERGELY ITTZÉS (flute), YEONJIN KIM (cello, chamber music), KYUNGHEE KIM-SUTRE (Pre-College harp, ensemble coach), TOMOMI KONDO-BRENNAN (Pre-College ensemble coach), ANNE LEILEHUA LANZILOTTI (new music ensemble, music history, ensemble coach), YIWEN SHEN (new music ensemble, music theory), ALLIE SU (collaborative pianist, Pre-College ensemble coach), GUILLAUME SUTRE (violin, chamber music), MIKE TRUESDELL (percussion), XIAOHAN WANG (Pre-College piano, chamber music), DAXUN ZHANG (double bass), XIANGYU ZHOU (clarinet), and ALVIN ZHU (Pre-College piano, music history).

Posted December 4, 2018