Canadian-American composer Jared Miller’s music has been described as “playful” (New York Times), “hypnotic” (Sequenza 21), “phantasmagorical” (Lucid Culture) and “highly personal” (CBC Radio.) He has collaborated with many ensembles in North America including the American Composers Orchestra, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony, the Juilliard Orchestra, the New York City Ballet’s Choreographic Institute and Latitude 49. Upcoming events in the 2014/2015 and 2015/2016 seasons include premieres of commissioned works for the Attacca String Quartet, Latitude 49 Ensemble, The Victoria Symphony, Fifth House Ensemble, Tiresias and pianist, Ang Li. He is currently a C.V. Starr Doctoral Fellow at the Juilliard School where he studies with Samuel Adler and John Corigliano. As of June 2014, he is also the composer-in-residence for the Victoria Symphony in British Columbia, Canada and shares his time between New York and Victoria.
LISTEN: Brushstrokes for piano and ensemble
Jani Parsons, Piano; Sam Golter, Flute; Katie Woolsey, Oboe; Jenny Woodrum Hogg, Clarinet; Eric Heidbreder, Bassoon; Valerie Whitney, French Horn; Danielle Simandl, Violin; Jing Chen, Viola; Una Fionnuala-O’Riordan, Cello; Andrew Franklin O’Connor, Double Bass