Timothy Lee Miller
Location: New Jersey, USA
Here are some audio clips of Miller's music:
"Jubilate Deo" (SATB acappella) Latin setting of Psalm 100. https://soundcloud.com/timothymillermusic/jubilate-deo
"The Garden of Dreams" (SAATTB a cappella) based on a poem of Madison J. Cawein. Winner of the 2011 International Music Prize for Excellence in Composition. https://soundcloud.com/timothymillermusic/the-garden-of-dreams?in=timothymillermusic/sets/choral-music-3
"Tears" (SSAATTBB a cappella) based on a poem by Walt Whitman https://soundcloud.com/timothymillermusic/tears?in=timothymillermusic/sets/choral-music-3
TIMOTHY LEE MILLER Timothy Lee Miller is an American composer writing contemporary concert music for chamber ensembles, orchestra, wind ensemble, and voice, as well as jazz music. He has earned degrees from the University of Tennessee, the University of Miami and Vermont College of Fine Arts. His principle composition teachers have been John Anthony Lennon, James Progris, Tamar Diesendruck, Jonathan Bailey Holland, Andy Jaffe, John Fitz Rogers and Roger Zahab. He has received numerous commissions and awards, including several ASCAP awards. His works have been performed throughout the US and in Europe. His music is recorded on ERMMedia, PARMA Records and Phoenix Classics.
He has received numerous commissions and awards, including several ASCAP awards. His Kid's Play: A Fun Suite for Orchestra was awarded a Distinguished and Special Mention at the 2009 IBLA Grand Prize Competition in Ragusa, Italy. His six-part a cappella setting of a poem of Madison J. Cawein The Garden of Dreams was a winner in the International Music Prize for Excellence in Composition 2011, and his choral setting of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s poem The Day Is Done was a finalist in the same competition. His Divinitus for chamber sextet was a finalist in the 2014 American Prize for Excellence in Composition. Recent commissions include Song on May Morning (SATB a cappella) for Anadarko High School in Anadarko, Oklahoma, Three Poems of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow by soprano Lauren Alfano-Ishida in New York City, and Traveler: Music for Chamber Orchestra by Bede Williams of the St Andrews New Music Ensemble in St Andrews, Scotland.