Ann Miller joined the faculty in the fall of 2008. Ms. Miller holds the M.M. and D.M.A. from the Juilliard School of Music. She received her Bachelor of Music summa cum laude at Rice University. Her private violin teachers have included Ronald Copes and Kathleen Winkler.
A proponent of new music, Ms. Miller has performed with the ensemble Continuum in performances throughout New York City and in Odessa, Ukraine. She traveled to Mongolia as part of the ensemble to take part in the Roaring Hooves Music Festival. In addition, Ms. Miller participated in an exchange program between Juilliard and the Lucerne Festival Academy under the direction of Pierre Boulez. She appeared as a soloist with the New Juilliard Ensemble in Alice Tully Hall in the North American premiere of David Matthews’ Concerto No. 2.
An avid chamber musician, Ms. Miller has performed throughout the United States. Her coaches have included Jerome Lowenthal, Seymour Lipkin, Robert McDonald, Norman Fischer, James Dunham, Paul Katz, and members of the Juilliard and Tokyo string quartets.
Ms. Miller has participated in the New York String Orchestra Seminar and has spent summers at Kneisel Hall, Bowdoin, and Norfolk festivals. She has played in master classes for Joseph Kalichstein, the Borromeo String Quartet, Paul Kantor, Anne Epperson, and the Muir Quartet.
In the Conservatory, Ms. Miller teaches violin, coaches chamber music, and performs in the Trio 180.
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