Violinist Zoë Miller is a young artist recognized for her engaging stage presence and passion for orchestral performance.
Ms. Miller has performed at many major concert halls across the United States, including Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, the Kennedy Center, the Philadelphia Opera House and the United Nations. Currently, Ms. Miller is the concertmaster of the Miss Saigon US National Tour.
Based in New York City, Ms. Miller has performed with esteemed groups such as the Orchestra of St. Luke’s, the New York Pops, the Westchester Philharmonic and the Norwalk Symphony. She has worked under the direction of conductors including Leonard Slatkin, Robert Spano, Steven Reinecke, David Robertson, Ted Sperling and Michael Stern.
Ms. Miller has collaborated with a wide range of artists and is at home performing various genres of music. She has experience recording for albums, movie scores and television programs, and has had the opportunity to play fiddle with Pete Seeger, as well as perform for a Roy Orbison tribute at Jazz at Lincoln Center.
In addition to her work as a performer, Ms. Miller has established herself as an educator and leader in the classical music community.
Ms. Miller served as an adjunct faculty instructor at New York University, where she maintained a private violin studio. Prior to this, Ms. Miller created and taught her own music appreciation course at Rice University.
Additionally, Ms. Miller was regularly heard on Houston Public Media’s Classical 91.7 as the producer and host of the weekly radio show “Music in the Making”. She also served as a frequent host for the Houston Symphony’s pre-concert interview series.
Ms. Miller completed her studies at New York University in 2018, receiving a Master of Music degree under the tutelege of Naoka Tanaka. While completing her degree, Ms. Miller won the NYU Strings Concerto Competition and performed the Barber Violin Concerto with the NYU Symphony. She also holds a Bachelor of Music degree from Rice University’s Shepherd School of Music where she studied with Eric Halen and Cho-Liang Lin.
In addition to her personal concert career, Ms. Miller shares her enthusiasm for music through private lessons and performance opportunities
As a versatile musician with a passion for collaboration, Ms. Miller has experience across various genres and ensemble settings. She is available as a performer for private functions and events, and is currently accepting private violin students into her studio.