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Discover the New Season

Discover the New Season

Miller’s 2015-16 season presents a number of groundbreaking new projects, mixing music with performance, film, and movement.
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05/07/15

Discover the New Season

Miller’s 2015-16 season presents a number of groundbreaking new projects, mixing music with performance, film, and movement.

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03/09/15

Augusta Read Thomas enchants The New York Times

The Times praises the “shimmering, thrumming, pealing sound cloud” of Resounding Earth.

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03/03/15

Spring Pop-Ups continue through June

Pop-Up Concerts continue this spring with four concerts featuring a diverse range of works.

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01/21/15

Columbia Presents John Luther Adams with the Schuman Award

Columbia University School of the Arts is pleased to announce that John Luther Adams is the newest recipient of the William Schuman Award, which will be awarded to Adams at a three-night tribute presented

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12/18/14

Grammy Nominations for Clyne and New York Polyphony

Clyne’s “Prince of Clouds” and New York Polyphony’s album Sing thee Nowell are up for Grammy Awards this winter.

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12/05/14

Announcing the winter Pop-Up Concerts

Pop-Up Concerts continue this winter four new free concerts, including JACK Quartet, Yarn/Wire, John Zorn, and more.

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10/21/14

The Magic of Morningside Lights

This video captures the 3rd Annual Morningside Lights: Odysseus on the A Train, inspired by Columbia’s campus-wide celebration of Harlem artist Romare Bearden and his collage series A Black Odyssey.

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10/20/14

Ross delves into Czernowin’s “alluring enviornments”

The New Yorker’s Alex Ross offers an eloquent preview of Chaya Czernowin’s “rigorous and wild” work, and her Wintersongs series in particular, in advance of this Thursday’s Composer

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10/08/14

The Times celebrates the life and works of Chou Wen-Chung

The New York Times published an in-depth feature article on Chinese-American composer Chou Wen-Chung, who was the subject of a Composer Portrait on October 2.

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09/22/14

Opening Night performance lauded in the Times

“Ms. Kirsten’s wondrously eclectic score ... combines spiky modernism, breezy pop, hints of Indian music, percussion wildness and more,” wrote Anthony Tommasini for The New York Times.

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