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Performing Arts Series

More Than Just Shows

Inspired by the multicultural and multigenerational experience on Miami's campus, our Performing Arts Series seeks to celebrate our richly textured heritage and community. Through this series, we produce a full calendar of events, including chorale and instrumental performances, festivals, and virtual productions.

All the Lonely People

Documentary Film hosted by Filmmaker Joseph Applebaum

Thursday, Nov. 30, 7:30 p.m., Hall Auditorium
Tickets: $5

Stories of Resilience in the Face of Loneliness

An asylum seeker with a newborn child…
a young doctor in New York City…
a 78-year-old aging with HIV…
a government official…a couple working so hard they don’t have time for friends.

What do they have in common? They are part of 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. Built on hope, it shares the latest research and interventions for individuals and communities and leaves audiences feeling empowered and reconnected.

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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
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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 soon through the Music Hall box office at

In Collaboration with the Miami University Department of Music

On Sale Date TBD

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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!

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Bring Your Class!

Use the Performing Arts Series to support your classroom teaching!

Incorporate any of our upcoming events into your class and give your students deep discounts on tickets as well as free ones for yourself!

Artist visits to classes can also be arranged on a per-show basis. 

Contact Assistant Director Gwenmarie Ewing at for details. 


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.