Kyle Miller (viola) was selected as an American fellow in 2015

Violist Kyle Miller is a graduate of the Juilliard School’s Historical Performance program, where he was a student of Cynthia Roberts and Monica Huggett. Performance highlights from his time at Juilliard include concerts in France, Italy, Japan, Myanmar, the Netherlands, and Singapore and performances of Bach’s sixth Brandenburg concerto and Mozart’s third string quintet, both alongside Monica Huggett. Before joining the Historical Performance program, Miller earned a Master of Music degree from Juilliard as a student of Hsin-Yun Huang and Steven Tenenbom. He completed undergraduate studies as a student of Carol Rodland at New England Conservatory and Eastman School of Music, the latter from which he graduated with High Distinction and the Performer’s Certificate.

A member of ACRONYM (a seventeenth-century instrumental jam band), Diderot String Quartet, Four Nations Ensemble, and New York Baroque Incorporated, Miller also has appeared onstage with Apollo’s Fire, Clarion Orchestra, The English Concert, House of Time, Mercury, Opera Lafayette, Quodlibet Ensemble, the Sebastians, Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra, and Trinity Baroque Orchestra. He has performed at the Carmel Bach Festival and the Staunton Music Festival. In 2017 and 2018, Miller wore a wig and frock coat on Broadway, where he performed in a run of Claire van Kampen’s play “Farinelli and the King.”