Ethan D. Miller Creative Page
Ethan D. Miller is an alumnus of the Peabody Conservatory of Music of the Johns Hopkins University, where he studied the cello with Stephen Kates and Alan Stepansky. He was also active in the cello studio of Evelyn Elsing, and enjoyed both cello and chamber music studies with David Soyer of the Guarneri String Quartet and Kenneth Slowik of the Smithsonian Institute, at the University of Maryland at College Park, where he received an Honor in the Homer Ulrich Concerto Competition as well as a Scholars for the Arts scholarship. Prior education and experience was under the tutelage of David Teie of the National Symphony Orchestra, in addition to summer studies with Chaim Zemach of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, and workshops with Paul Katz of the Cleveland Quartet. Mr. Miller is currently the Principal Chair cellist of the Baltimore Sinfonietta and has performed with the Maryland Opera Society, as Principal Chair, Prince George's Philharmonic, as Acting Principal Chair, the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra, the Alexandria Symphony Orchestra, the Londontowne Symhony Orchestra, the Concert Artists of Baltimore, and the Opera Vivente company. Mr. Miller is the Founder and Cellist of the Cathedral Street Chamber Players and may often be seen performing with the St. Charles String Quartet, the String Poets, and the Elan Artists chamber ensembles. He is the Instructor of Cello in the studios at Music and Arts Center, Burke, VA, Oakton, VA, and Springfield, VA, and has premiered eight new compositions for the cello, with recital and chamber appearances in as unique and diverse venues as Centerstage, the Baltimore City Hall Rotunda, and the Concordia Theological Seminary.
Updated: August 6, 2008
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