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Our 2023-2024 Season

Browse our incredible line-up of events!

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Miami Sings Music Hall

Wednesday, April 3, 7:30 p.m., Cincinnati Music Hall

Featuring Chamber Singers, Choraliers, Men’s Glee Club
Jeremy Jones, Reina Dickey, Robin Lana, conducting

Tickets on sale now through the Music Hall box office at

In Collaboration with the Miami University Department of Music

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Electric Root Festival

Saturday, May 4, 3-9 p.m., Oxford Uptown Parks

Shariffa Ali, Creative Director, Michael Mwenso, Music Director, Jono Gasparro, Artistic Producer

A Free Arts and Culture Event for All Celebrating Black People with Radical Joy and Radical Hospitality

Mark your calendar now to bring the whole family!


Past Performances

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20th Anniversary Latin American and Caribbean UniDiversity Festival

Friday, Sept. 22, 5-9:00 p.m., Oxford Uptown Parks

Come celebrate National Hispanic Latino Heritage Month at this festival for everyone! We are proud to sponsor the UniDiversity Festival, a collaborative initiative to promote diversity and inclusion in our community.

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Colin Jost

Miami Family Weekend
Saturday, Oct. 7, 8:30 p.m. Millett Hall

Presented in Collaboration with Miami Activities and Programming

The award-winning comedian and star of Saturday Night Live, Colin Jost, is headlining Miami University’s Family Weekend.

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Vitamin String Quartet Plays the Music of Bridgerton

Tuesday, Oct. 24, 7:30 p.m., Hall Auditorium

Cromer/Flory Artists-in-Residence
Long before Bridgerton broke the Netflix algorithm, Vitamin String Quartet helped establish classical crossover as a genuine force in the music industry. At this moment, they are one of the most popular string ensembles in the world.

Tickets: $22 Adults, $21 Seniors, $11 Students/Youth
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Bruce Murray: A Musical Feast

Tuesday, Nov. 14, 7:30 p.m., Oxford Community Arts Center

Every Wednesday at noon during the dark days of the pandemic, the Performing Arts Series delivered a different Musical Snack: a short piano piece picked and performed by Oxford treasure and Steinway artist Bruce Murray. Now, Bruce returns to the Performing Arts Series with a truly special live program!

Tickets: $15 Adults, $14 Seniors, $10 Students/Youth
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All the Lonely People Documentary Film hosted by Filmmaker Joseph Applebaum

Thursday, Nov. 30, 7:30 p.m., Hall Auditorium

Stories of Resilience in the Face of Loneliness

There is a life-threatening epidemic affecting 49 million people in the US: feeling lonely most of the time.

Join us for this very special and important presentation hosted by filmmaker Joseph Applebaum, centered around a screening of the documentary followed by audience discussion. 

Tickets: $5
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Celtic Angels, Ireland

Friday, March 1, 7:30 p.m., Hall Auditorium

Featuring the Trinity Ensemble, the Heavenly Celtic Angels and the Dynamic Celtic Knights Dancers

Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day! With over 30 Irish traditional and contemporary tunes masterfully intertwined the spectacular Celtic Angels Ireland is guaranteed to entertain and delight.

Tickets: $24 Adults, $23 Seniors, $12 Students/Youth

Michael Mwenso's Songs of Black Hope and Resistance – On Demand

Black Music has always played a role in American protest, hope, and resilience. In this four-part series, curator and host Michael Mwenso leads us on a journey of meaningful songs from the Black roots expression that speak to the ultimate human expression. Explore the music that has propelled change, continues to advance our nation's consciousness, and will continue to serve as the guiding force towards healing.

Musical Snacks – On Demand

Wherever you are, take a break, a deep breath and enjoy a few minutes of exquisite piano music selected and performed by Oxford's own Bruce Murray and recorded in the beautiful ballroom of Oxford Community Arts Center.


The Miller Center for Student Disability Services can assist in coordinating accommodations for university sponsored events. To request accommodations (i.e., sign language interpreters, captioning, materials in alternative format, etc.), please contact the Miller Center at (513) 529-1541, 7-1-1 (TTY-TDD), at least 2 business days prior to the event to ensure the smooth delivery of services.

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