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“The Best Classical Music of 2018” (New York Times) Features Miller Theatre Productions

The New York Times annual roundup of the best classical music of the year features “Proving Up” and Kate Soper’s “Ipsa Dixit.”
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New Work Commissioned by Miller Theatre This Season

For our 30th Anniversary Season, we shine a spotlight on six artists we have commissioned to create new works, which will premiere at Miller.

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The New York Times on Miller’s 30th Anniversary Season

The coverage highlights the New York premiere of Proving Up, along with a focus on Miller’s dedication to commissioning new works.

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The New Yorker includes Frederic Rzewski Composer Portrait in their Spring Preview

“...the spotlight is on works for string quartet at Miller Theatre.”

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Composer Portrait of Ann Cleare chosen as one of “The Week’s 8 Best Classical Music Moments”

The New York Times included the March 1 Composer Portrait, featuring the International Contemporary Ensemble, in their week’s selection.

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The New Yorker features the Horn Virtuosos of Genghis Barbie performing a Pop-Up Concert on Dec 11

Highlighting the December 11 “Ugly Holiday Sweater Party” Pop-Up concert featuring Genghis Barbie.

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The New Yorker previews Soundscape America

The New Yorker highlights Soundscape America, featuring the JACK Quartet, in a preview focused on Ruth Crawford Seeger.

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Soundscape America and Composer Portraits series featured in New York Times Season Preview

The New York Times featured Miller Theatre in their picks of the classical music season.

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The New York Times on Miller’s 2017-18 Season

Six living composers have been deemed ready for their close-ups in this season’s vital Composer Portraits series.

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The New York Times Praises Johannes Maria Staud Composer Portrait

“On Saturday, the deep dive into Mr. Staud displayed his talent for blazing contrasts, a flair for drama that a cursory listen might have you mistake for mere grabs at attention.”

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