Focusing on a new generation of composers, the Miller will begin with Missy Mazzoli’s “Proving Up,” about homesteaders in post-Civil War Nebraska.
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Bach, American string quartets and a half-dozen living composers will be featured next season at the Miller Theater at Columbia University.
An immersion into the extravagant, extroverted music of the composer Johannes Maria Staud was presented at the Miller Theater.
What was billed as the first substantial American concert devoted to the Japanese writer Misato Mochizuki revealed music of sometimes startling sensuality.
She will play material by Steve Lehman, Aaron Jay Kernis and more in the Pop-Up Concerts series at Miller Theater.
Chamber pieces by Beat Furrer, a Swiss-born artist, will be featured in a Composers Portraits concert.
Mr. Liang, who has a coming Composer Portrait concert at the Miller Theater, transformed his composing process after research involving high-resolution scans of Chinese paintings.
Tim Munro, Zeena Parkins and Pauline Oliveros, three important contemporary-music performers converge on the city.
The avant-garde composer’s music could be heard this weekend at Columbia’s Miller Theater, as well as at National Sawdust in Brooklyn.
The composer turns 80 next month, but the celebrations have begun, including a Miller Theater concert featuring Brad Lubman leading the Ensemble Signal.