The Bach series has evolved over the years, encompassing both historically informed performances and modern interpretations, and offering listeners a wide variety of musical lenses through which to view Bach's masterful oeuvre.
A cornerstone of Miller’s programming, these evening-length musical profiles explore the work of a single composer in depth, offering contemporary composers and performers a space to explore, experiment, and make significant contributions to the field.
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Composer Portraits Augusta Read Thomas
Jazz Aaron Diehl Quartet
Bach, Revisited Michael Gordon + Bach Ensemble Signal
Campus Events WORDLESS! Spiegelman & Johnston The Heyman Center for the Humanities
Rental Event On Tap: From Broadway to the Silver Screen Legacy 36 with the Ziegfeld Society
Rental Event The 31st Annual Harmony Sweepstakes A Cappella Festival
Pop-Up Concerts Yarn/Wire
Early Music Myths & Allegories Les Délices
Campus Events Glories of the Japanese Music Heritage: Ancient Soundscapes Reborn Institute for Medieval Japanese Studies: Japanese Cultural Heritage Initiatives
Debate: The President’s Constitutional Authority The Richard Paul Richman Center at Columbia University, Intelligence Squared U.S., and the National Constitution Center