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Orlando Consort: Rediscovering Compère

The Orlando Consort performs a program of Compère including his stately “Magnificat,” moving motets, and a range of secular songs.

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Misato Mochizuki

Shaped by studies in Tokyo and Paris, composer Misato Mochizuki’s music integrates Occidental tradition, the Asiatic connection to breath, and a fascination with ritual.

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Stile Antico: The Voice of Melody

Each of the 12 members of Stile Antico has chosen one musical gem drawn from five centuries of glorious repertoire, creating an engaging event with treasured favorites.

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Marcus Roberts Trio

“We call him ‘the genius of modern piano’ because he is,” says Wynton Marsalis of jazz legend Marcus Roberts. The long-running Marcus Roberts Trio makes its Miller debut, shining a light on their unique and virtuosic style.

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Beat Furrer

Swiss-Austrian composer Beat Furrer is a master of form and texture. This program focuses on more intimate chamber works from the last two decades, including a U.S. premiere.

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New York Polyphony: Palestrina’s Marcellus Mass

New York Polyphony takes on a landmark work: Palestrina’s Missa Papae Marcelli, or Pope Marcellus Mass, a stalwart of many a music appreciation curriculum, along with a world premiere by Ivan Moody.

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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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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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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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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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