Miller Theatre (at Columbia University)
Photograph: Chad Batka
Time Out says
Posted: Mon Mar 7 2011
The Miller Theatre single-handedly made contemporary music sexy in New York City. The credit belongs to former executive director George Steel, who proved that presenting challenging fare in a casual, unaffected setting could attract young audiences and retain them. The tradition continues with new director Melissa Smey.
Miller Theatre (at Columbia University) 2960 Broadway
What's on at Miller Theatre (at Columbia University)
Contemporary music (1975 – present), Chamber
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