SANDRA MILLER, FLUTIST

Sandra, a native of Philadelphia and a graduate of the Curtis Institute of Music, has been the recipient of a Solo Recitalist's Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts, First Prize in the Bodky Competition for Early Music, and a New York recital debut sponsored by the Concert Artists Guild. Ms. Miller has toured the United States, England, Germany, Canada, and Mexico with Concert Royal, of which she is Associate Director, and has given master classes throughout the US and in Brazil, as the recipient of a travel grant from the Brazilian?American Institute in Rio de Janeiro. In addition to solo recitals, Ms. Miller has appeared as soloist with the Smithsonian Chamber Players, American Bach Soloists, the Orchestra of the Old Fairfield Academy, the New York Collegium and the Boston Early Music Festival Orchestra. Ms. Miller's commitment to teaching is reflected by her long-standing tenure as Professor (Emeritus) of Music at the Purchase College Conservatory of Music (SUNY). In addition, she has served as instructor of baroque flute at the Mannes College of Music, at the New England Conservatory of Music, in the City University of New York's doctoral program and as Kulas Visiting Artist at Case Western Reserve University. Her solo recordings include the complete Bach flute sonatas and, on six- and eight-keyed classical flutes, the three Mozart concertos.