Kyle Miller
Kyle Miller made his concerto debut in 2005 with the Reading (Pennsylvania) Symphony Orchestra as ‘the dog’ in P.D.Q. Bach’s Canine Cantata, Wachet Arf!

Since that day, Kyle has gone on to study at the New England Conservatory, the Eastman School of Music, and The Juilliard School, the last at which he earned master’s degrees in both viola performance and historical performance. A member of ACRONYM (a seventeenth-century instrumental jam band), Diderot String Quartet, Four Nations Ensemble, and New York Baroque Incorporated, Kyle also has appeared onstage with Apollo's Fire, Clarion Orchestra, the English Concert, House of Time, the Knights, Mercury, Opera Lafayette, Quodlibet Ensemble, the Sebastians, Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra, and Trinity Baroque Orchestra.

Kyle performs regularly at the Carmel Bach Festival and the Staunton Music Festival; and as a member of Diderot String Quartet, he has served as a guest artist and coach at Oberlin College's Baroque Performance Institute. In 2015, Kyle was selected to be an English Concert American Fellow. In 2017 and 2018, Kyle wore a wig and frock coat on Broadway, where he performed in a run of Claire van Kampen's play 'Farinelli and the King'. Kyle's principal teachers include Hsin-Yun Huang, Monica Huggett, Cynthia Roberts, Carol Rodland, and Steven Tenenbom.