Levitt cultivates an audience for the dozens of concerts put on each year at Columbia’s Miller Theatre, which The New York Times has described as one of the “city’s foremost new music venues.” “We’re mindful that people know what they’re getting into,” she says. “It’s this careful balance of wanting to showcase concerts that we’re really excited about while knowing that they’re not for everyone. So we have different offerings for different people.” In addition to contemporary music, the Miller has jazz and classical evenings, as well as pop up concerts, which are free, hourlong performances each month.
Someone mentioned they would be leaving a couple hours ahead of the race and dropping extra pink ribbons on the trail. What a blessing! Those pink ribbons on the trail were absolutely helpful. Apparently some hunters had diabolically removed markers.
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The wait was not long yet I could not stop thinking of the concert till the day on which it finally came on. It being a Saturday in the month of September when I finally got to see the great Kiri Te Kanawa in concert. Kiri Te Kanawa, was brilliant in performing songs from her recent album which included Argentine songs such as “El Clavel Del Aire Blanco” and “Que Linda La Madreselva!”.
Before coming to Columbia, David worked as a consultant on executive communications and community outreach for the University of Pennsylvania, including Penn’s civic partnership with West Philadelphia, and was an adviser to Princeton University’s Policy Research Institute for the Region at the Woodrow Wilson School for Public and International Affairs. He previously served as deputy chief of staff and communications director for Pennsylvania Governor Robert P. Casey and United States Senator Harris Wofford..