Bring a friend, grab a drink, and join us onstage for these fun, free, informal performances on select early evenings throughout the year.
Giving new meaning to the phrase “close to the music”, Miller’s free and fun series, Pop-Up Concerts, returns for a fourth season. The audience sits right on stage for these hour-long early-evening performances by today’s best musicians and ensembles. These spontaneous concerts allow artists to explore new ideas in a comfortable yet unique setting. Onstage seating is first-come, first-served, and free drinks are provided.
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