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  • December 14    
    The venerable Tallis Scholars make their annual appearance, exploring the ways in which composers from different eras and backgrounds reacted to the same seminal texts.
  • December 21    
    Music by Camille Saint-Saens, with poetry by Ogden Nash Lake Simons, director and designer Laura Barger, music director and pianist
  • December 21    
    Music by Camille Saint-Saens, with poetry by Ogden Nash Lake Simons, director and designer Laura Barger, music director and pianist
  • January 25    
    The talented New York Baroque Incorporated, “studded with stars in the making” (The New York Times), makes their Miller debut with a program reflecting the life of Jean-Baptiste Lully, the godfather...
  • February 1    
    Saxophonist Jimmy Greene is “without doubt one of the most striking young tenors of recent years” (Jazzwise).
  • February 6    
    Composer, violinist, and singer Caroline Shaw became the youngest recipient ever of the Pulitzer Prize in Music in 2013, and she’s since taken both the pop and classical music worlds by storm.
  • February 13    
    Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 might be the most popular of the group among listeners, perhaps because its treatment of the harpsichord highlights the instrument as a virtuosic soloist in a quasi-...
  • February 20    
    With an affinity for inventing instruments from found material and for reimagining the roles of existing instruments, Oscar Bettison’s music explores the boundaries of pitch and noise, classical and...
  • February 22    
    In the 17th century, Europe experienced a series of radical transformations, including a cultural revolution in music. Composers began to create works of dramatic oppositions and vivid emotions, in...
  • March 7    
    The charismatic and prolific Grammy-nominated clarinetist-saxophonist Anat Cohen returns with her expressive artistry and captivating stage presence.

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