Recent News

The Juilliard Store will now be open 10AM-7PM Monday - Friday.

Weekend hours will remain the same; Saturday 10AM-6PM and Sunday 12PM-5PM.

The Juilliard Store Holiday Hours and Shipping Deadlines

December 23rd 10am-5pm
December 24th CLOSED
December 25th CLOSED
December 26th CLOSED
December 27th-30th 12pm-5pm
December 31st CLOSED
January 1st CLOSED

Thanksgiving Hours 2014

Wednesday November 26th: 10AM-3PM
Thursday November 27th: CLOSED
Friday November 28th: CLOSED
Saturday November 29th: 10AM-6PM
Sunday November 30th: 12PM-5PM

*Online orders placed after 12PM on Wednesday November 26th will ship Monday December 1st.

Now through June 30, 2014 -- take 20% off all CDs and DVDs. Offer applies items in stock and purchased in store only.

Simone Dinnerstein stopped by to sign copies of her newly released CD: Bach Inventions and Sinfonias. Bach’s Inventions and Sinfonias, originally written in 1723 as a musical guide for keyboard players, remain a core part of the piano repertoire for students, amateurs, and professional musicians alike and have been lifelong companions for Simone Dinnerstein.

Spend $25 on textbooks and receive a coupon for 20% off your next non-textbook purchase 1/13/14 - 2/28/14.

Coupon is valid on in store merchandise excluding textbooks. 20% off single transaction, cannot be applied to past purchases.

The Juilliard Store will be open with special holiday hours starting December 23rd.

December 23: 10AM - 6PM
December 24: CLOSED
December 25: CLOSED
December 26: CLOSED
December 27-30: 12PM - 5PM
December 31: CLOSED
January 1: CLOSED
January 2: 10AM - 6PM resume normal hours

On Friday October 4th, The Juilliard Store hosted a book signing and discussion with alumna Julie Jaffee Nagel (B.M., M.M. piano). Dr. Nagel focused the discussion around topics from her new book: Melodies of the Mind: Connections between psychoanalysis and music.

Save a plastic bag when you visit The Juilliard Store. We now have Juilliard Store reusable shopping bags for just $1.00.

Robert Craft was assistant, companion and confidant to Igor Stravinsky for the last two decades of the composer's life, an intimate working relationship that is unique in musical history.