The Juilliard School has launched Juilliard LIVE, featuring a mix of free livestreamed and on-demand performances by students, including more than 250 recitals from April to June. David Robertson and members of the Juilliard Orchestra launched the series on April 13 with Mahler’s arrangement of Schubert’s Quartet in D Minor (“Death and the Maiden”). Beginning on April 20, Juilliard Opera will offer a virtual performance of Handel’s Teseo with Juilliard415, the school’s principal period-instrument ensemble, conducted by Gary Thor Wedow and directed by Stephen Wadsworth. The school’s Dance and Jazz divisions will be showcased beginning on April 14-15, and members of the Juilliard Orchestra will present additional performances beginning April 22 and 29 of works by Debussy, Britten, Walker, Frank, Coleman, and Stravinsky. A recorded program by string, wind, brass, and percussion ensembles from the Pre-College Orchestra, conducted by David Chan, will be available on demand beginning April 28. For more information, click here.