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01/24/19

Composer Portraits Showcases Wang Lu

Wang Lu’s music blends Chinese opera and folk music traditions with contemporary instrumental techniques and new sonic possibilities.

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01/17/19

Early Music Series Continues with New York Polyphony

The four voices of the celebrated ensemble New York Polyphony return to take audiences on a journey over the Alps to explore the Flemish composers who traversed the mountains to work in Italy.

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01/14/19

Rudresh Mahanthappa returns to Miller with his Indo-Pak Coalition

JazzTimes’s “Best Alto Saxophonist” and Village Voice’s “Best Jazz Artist” winner Rudresh Mahanthappa returns to Miller Theatre with his Indo-Pak Coalition, featuring guitarist Rez Abbasi and percussionist Dan Weiss.

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12/18/18

Early Music Series Continues with Orlando Consort

The London-based Orlando Consort returns to perform a collection of sublime sacred music from the first part of the 16th century, with special guest bass Robert Macdonald.

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12/04/18

Announcing the 2018 Winter Pop-Up Concerts

Miller’s winter Pop-Up Concert lineup offers four unique opportunities to experience a range of contemporary works, including several premieres, performed by a cohort of new-music all-stars.

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11/14/18

Carnival of the Animals for family holiday enchantment

Miller’s annual holiday treat returns, a playful production that brings Camille Saint-Saëns’s beloved work to life—Carnival of the Animals.

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11/07/18

Pianist Simone Dinnerstein plays Couperin, Glass, Satie, Schumann

This collection of intriguing musical curios was chosen by Dinnerstein for their lyrical, contemplative, and exuberant qualities.

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10/29/18

Early Music Series Continues With Tallis Scholars

The renowned Tallis Scholars make their annual appearance on Miller’s Early Music series with beloved, festive Renaissance favorites including Palestrina’s Missa Hodie Christus natus est.

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10/16/18

Composer Portraits Continue with Du Yun

The 2017 recipient of the Pulitzer Prize in Music for her opera Angel’s Bone, Du Yun is a multifaceted artist — composer, multi-instrumentalist, performance artist, and curator.

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10/10/18

Cappella Pratensis Makes Their Miller Theatre Debut

The acclaimed Cappella Pratensis, known for their period interpretations, makes their Miller debut with a program anchored by Josquin masterpieces and exploring some of the great polyphonic works of the period by composers who inspired Josquin and those who were later inspired by him.

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