Miller Theatre at Columbia University to Kick Off Pop-Up Concerts, 9/10
Miller Theatre at Columbia University School of the Arts welcomes the audience back on stage with the return of POP-UP CONCERTS:
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29
The Horszowski Trio (Miller Theatre debut)
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19
The Catalyst Quartet (Miller Theatre debut)
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10
Free admission. Doors at 5:30pm, music at 6 pm at Miller Theatre (2960 Broadway at 116th street).
Bring a friend, grab a drink, and join some of today's most interesting performers onstage at Miller Theatre on select Tuesday evenings. Launched in February 2012, Miller's popular Pop-Up Concerts kicks off its third season this fall, continuing to provide free, informal performances in the early evening. The unique format allows the theater to test out new ideas and introduce new performers before they hit the Miller mainstage. Free libations from Harlem Brewing Company contribute to the laid-back ambiance. All concerts start at 6p.m. Admission is on a first-come, first-served basis, and doors open at 5:30 p.m.
September 10: Ensemble Signal
Oliver Hagen, piano; Kelli Kathman, piccolo;
Bill Solomon, percussion; Steven Parker, trombone
Ensemble Signal presents three premieres, including a new work by Hilda Paredes, a composer with whom the group has worked closely over many years. This concert gives the audience a rare opportunity to hear seldom-featured solo piccolo and solo trombone on the same program.
Hilda Paredes: Paráfrasis for trombone (2009) world premiere
Elliott Carter: 90+ for piano (1994)
Hilda Paredes: Chaczidzib for piccolo (1992) U.S. premiere
Pierre Boulez: Douze Notations for piano (1945)
Hilda Paredes: Tzolkin for percussion (2001) New York premiere
October 29: The Horszowski Trio
Jesse Mills, violin; Raman Ramakrishnan, cello; Rieko Aizawa, piano
The Horszowski Trio makes its Miller debut examining the myriad ways composers use music not just to evoke a feeling, but to tell a story. The program will pair Joan Tower's moving and personal work for her late nephew with John Harbison's playful Piano Trio No. 2, and other works.
Joan Tower: For Daniel (2004)
John Harbison: Piano Trio No.2 "Short Stories"
III. Rumors and Reports
Additional work, to be announced