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Posted: Friday, October 12, 2012 11:09 AM


Miller is closing out the season on a high-note, with three musically centered presentations to span the genres.

On Nov. 3, Emmy-winning American guitarist Benise, who coined the term "nouveau Spanish flamenco," brings his distinctive world-music style and equally eclectic dance troupe to the stage for an evening of culturally diverse entertainment.

Nov. 9, Miller changes tunes with a screening of James Gavin’s biographical production “Stormy Weather,” which uses his narration combined with rare video footage and live performance, to tell the life-story of civil rights legend Lena Horne, as channeled on-stage by Motown legend Mary Wilson of the Supremes.

The following evening of Nov. 10, multi-platinum singer-songwriter David Broza takes the stage with a unique sound that has earned him the critical label "the Stevie Ray Vaughan of folk rock."

All shows begin at 7:30 p.m. Performances at Miller are ALWAYS free. For more information on events like these, visit

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