The Miller Theatre at Columbia University School of the Arts is happy to announce the spring season of Pop-Up Concerts. Pop-Up Concerts have become a beloved mainstay at Miller, providing free, informal performances in the early evening. The unique format allows the theater to test out new ideas, giving established ensembles the chance to experiment and introducing new performers before they hit the Miller mainstage.
Miller Theatre at Columbia University School of the Arts will be presenting the 2014-15 Early Music Series finale, "Myths & Allegories." The show will feature an exploration of Homer’s Odyssey featuring the young ensemble, Les Délices.
The Miller Theatre at Columbia University School of the Arts will present the Aaron Diehl Quartet as their 2014-15 Jazz series finale. The show will feature Aaron Diehl on piano, Peter Washington on bass, Pete Van Nostrand on drums and Warren Wolf on the vibraphone.
The Miller Theatre at Columbia University School of the Arts will continue its 2014-15 Composer Portrait series with prolific composer Augusta Read Thomas. The show will also feature the JACK Quartet and Third Coast Percussion.
The 2014-15 Early Music series at The Miller Theatre at Columbia University's School of the Arts will continue with “From the Imperial Court” featuring Stile Antico.
Columbia University’s “Bach, Revisited” series pairs a work by a living composer with the Bach work that inspired it. These concerts at the Miller Theatre will be curated by the composers--Kaija Saariaho, Joan Tower and Steve Reich--who will also participate in onstage discussions about their works.
Pianist Simone Dinnerstein's newest album, a recording of J.S. Bach’s Inventions and Sinfonias, will be released by Sony Classical in the U.S. on January 21, 2014. Following the release of the album, Dinnerstein will embark on a concert tour, performing Bach’s Inventions in cities throughout the U.S.