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Miller Theatre Announces New Digital Initiatives for the 2020-21 Season

Miller Theatre has thoughtfully reframed its programming with a focus on giving much-needed creative performance opportunities to musicians and ensembles, and to providing opportunities for the restorative effects of music during a time of great anxiety and hardship.

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Morningside Lights Returns with “Harlem Night Song”

The favorite neighborhood tradition MORNINGSIDE LIGHTS, presented by the Arts Initiative and Miller Theatre at Columbia University, returns virtually this year with “Harlem Night Song,” inspired by Langston Hughes’ 1926 poem.

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Announcing the 2020 Spring Pop-Up Concerts

Miller’s spring Pop-Up Concert lineup highlights the intimacy of chamber music in a unique, up-close, and casual setting with frequent Miller collaborators returning in new configurations to perform daring programs.

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Miller Presents a Special Event: Arturo O’Farrill & the Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra

The ensemble makes their Miller debut in this special appearance featuring the world premiere of Mundoagua, a new commission from the School of the Arts in honor of Columbia’s Year of Water.

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Jazz Series Concludes with Anat Cohen Quartetinho

The charismatic and prolific GRAMMY-nominated clarinetist-saxophonist Anat Cohen returns to Miller with her expressive artistry and captivating stage presence.

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20th Season of Composer Portraits Concludes with Dai Fujikura

Champions of Dai Fujikura’s music, ICE performs a high-octane program that includes a world premiere Miller commission.

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Bach from the Piano Series Continues with Bach Concertos and Bach Collection

Curated and performed by pianist Simone Dinnerstein, Bach Concertos and Bach Collection feature some of Bach’s most beloved works.

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Early Music Series Concludes with Quicksilver

The celebrated baroque ensemble Quicksilver makes its Miller debut with a program exploring the “new” invention of the sonata in the 17th century.

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Composer Portraits Continues with Oscar Bettison

Alarm Will Sound returns to the Miller stage for this Portrait to perform a program of two chamber concertos.

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Jimmy Greene Quintet Makes Miller Debut on Jazz Series

Saxophonist Jimmy Greene makes his Miller debut with his Quintet in tow, featuring Lage Lund (guitar), Aaron Goldberg (piano), Reuben Rogers (bass), and Kendrick Scott (drums).

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