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12/06/16

Miller Theatre Announces Winter 2017 Pop-Up Concert Line-Up

Four free events announced ranging from music of the Renaissance to Mariah Carey to a Steve Lehman premiere, including a special Valentine’s Day “Prom Night” event.

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11/15/16

The Tallis Scholars Open Miller Theatre’s Early Music Series

The Tallis Scholars offer another holiday concert, continuing their longstanding relationship with Miller Theatre and opening the Early Music series.

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11/02/16

Carnival of the Animals Returns for a Second Year

Miller Theatre’s holiday tradition Carnival of the Animals returns for its second year this December with two concerts for all ages.

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10/26/16

Composer Portraits: Zosha Di Castri

Pianists, percussionists, and vocalists come together alongside electronics to explore the rich gamut of Di Castri’s work.

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10/18/16

Marcus Roberts Trio to Replace Ambrose Akinmusire Quartet on February 4

Miller Theatre at Columbia University School of the Arts announces a program change on its Jazz series. The Marcus Roberts Trio will replace the Ambrose Akinmusire Quartet.

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10/17/16

Composer Portraits Continue with Lei Liang

loadbang, JACK Quartet, Mark Dresser, and Steven Schick bring the music of Lei Liang to Composer Portraits.

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10/13/16

Alicia Olatuja Makes Her Miller Theatre Debut

Alicia Olatuja leads her sextet in her Miller Theatre debut this November.

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09/29/16

Tim Munro Makes His New York Solo Debut

Former flutist of eighth blackbird Tim Munro begins a new solo career. His New York debut features world premiere works from Chris Cerrone and Brett Dean.

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09/23/16

The 2016-17 Jazz Series Begins with the Vijay Iyer Trio

Vijay Iyer opens the 2016-17 Jazz series with his genre-bending trio, breaking new ground with every performance.

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09/22/16

Composer Portraits Begin with An Evening of Premieres from John Zorn

Seven works, five world premieres, three ensembles, over a dozen musicians, and the inimitable John Zorn come together to launch a new season of Composer Portraits.

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