William Christie will return for his annual concert with Juilliard415 on Thursday, October 5, 2017, at 7:30 p.m. in Alice Tully Hall. Christie is currently an artist in residence in Juilliard's Historical Performance program.  

"The Genius of Monteverdi" will open the Juilliard Historical Performance season, featuring Juilliard415 and Juilliard singers and dancers.  

The program includes Claudio Monteverdi's "Altri canti di Marte" and "Lamento della ninfa;" Carlo Farina's "Pavana Seconda;" Monteverdi's "Ohimé, ch'io cado" and "Gira il nemico;" Dario Castello's "Sonata XVI;" and Monteverdi's "Il ballo delle ingrate," which will be staged by Zack Winokur with new choreography by Juilliard dancer Peter Farrow.    

Singers from Juilliard's Marcus Institute are Tamara Banjesevic, Shaked Bar, Joshua Blue, Kady Evanyshyn, Natalia Kutateladze, Kelsey Lauritano, Andrew Munn, John Chongyoon Noh, Alex Rosen, and Onadek Winan. 

Tickets for the Juilliard415 concert with William Christie are $20 and available at Tickets are free for Juilliard students; full-time non-Juilliard students can purchase tickets for $10 each.


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