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The Bach, Revisited series finale: Sofia Gubaidulina + Bach

Sofia Gubaidulina shares a special affinity with Bach: both artists’ music are influenced by their faith, and they share a unique blend of emotional transcendence and compositional rigor.

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Anna Clyne’s Composer Portrait marks the end of the 2014-15 series

Though her earliest published pieces are still little more than a decade old, Anna Clyne is quickly becoming one of the most sought after electro-acoustic composers active today.

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Miller Theatre announces spring Pop-Up Concerts

The third (and final) installment of Pop-Up Concerts this season will feature a diverse range of works, from modern master Elliott Carter to rising star Timo Andres to the Soviet composer Mieczysław Weinberg.

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The Bach, Revisited series continues with Helmut Lachenmann + Bach

This evening’s program creates an eye-opening dialogue between Bach and Lachenmann and a unique collaboration across the centuries.

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The 2014-15 Early Music series concludes with Cleaveland’s Les Délices’ Myths & Allegories

Selections from Jean-Féry Rebel’s little-known opera Ulysse provide this program’s centerpiece, with a focus on a love triangle between the witch Circe, Ulysses, and his wife Penelope.

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Bach, Revisited kicks off with Michael Gordon + Bach

Past and present collide in the current iteration of Miller’s long-running Bach series. The series kicks off with Bang on a Can co-founder Michael Gordon.

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Miller Theatre Jazz series presents the Aaron Diehl Quartet

Two of last season’s biggest successes reunite for this performance, as electrifying vibraphonist Warren Wolf joins the Aaron Diehl Trio.

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A premiere-filled Composer Portrait of Augusta Read Thomas

Augusta Read Thomas wowed audiences and critics at her first Miller Portrait a decade ago, and she remains among the most prominent composers of her generation. Now she returns with a new program specially composed for this occasion.

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Miller Theatre presents London’s Renaissance vocal ensemble Stile Antico

These masterful interpreters of Renaissance choral music return to Miller with a program that captures triumphs and tragedies from the Imperial courts of the Hapsburgs.

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Stefano Gervasoni’s Composer Portrait showcases three young ensembles

Italian composer Stefano Gervasoni’s music reflects his studies with European masters such as Luigi Nono, Helmut Lachenmann, Brian Ferneyhough, and György Ligeti.

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