04_Sounddance CUNNINGHAM

Treasures of New York: The Juilliard School | Watch & Wonder Weekly Highlight

Friday, June 30, 1 PM

For next week’s Watch & Wonder Highlight, we’re thrilled to feature this episode of Treasures of New York. After watching, dive deeper with resources about New York’s premier cultural establishments on PBS LearningMedia.

The Juilliard School explores the rich history and legacy of one of the world’s most prestigious performing arts conservatories. With intensive programs in drama, dance and music, Juilliard has set the stage for some of the world’s most gifted artists.

PBS LearningMedia

Becoming an Orchestra Conductor | Treasures of New York: “Juilliard”

Grades 3-12
In order to practice conducting, you need an orchestra! Learn about what it takes to become an orchestra conductor in this video from Treasures of New York: Juilliard. At Juilliard, the world-famous performing arts school located in New York City, students have the opportunity to work with musicians to hone their conducting skills.

In school or at home, take advantage of the Watch & Wonder broadcast schedule. Running each weekday from 1-3 PM, Watch & Wonder is great for classroom viewing, distance instruction, and families looking to spend some extra, quality time together. Featured programs are ideal for kids in grades 6-12, encouraging creativity with the arts, kick starting innovation through STEM, and expanding their horizons with stories from across the globe!

Each week, we’ll highlight a show from our Watch & Wonder block, and share a PBS LearningMedia resource — suitable for middle and high school students. Follow along on the Watch & Wonder Schedule page, or subscribe to our newsletter!