Chloe Miller

Chloe Miller is a London based conductor at the outset of her career. She completed a Bachelor’s degree at the University of Birmingham and went on to study conducting at the London Conducting Academy under Denise Ham and later Dominic Grier. She has attended courses at the Royal Academy of Music, Royal Northern Academy of Music, Royal Opera House and with the Royal Philharmonic Society learning with Sian Edwards, Mark Heron, Clark Rundell, Paul Murphy and Alice Farnham. She has most recently been a participant on a masterclass under the direction of Professor Bruno Weil, and conducted the Salzburg Chamber Soloists in a concert at the Mozarteum University in Austria.

Chloe’s interest in music began from a young age, attending orchestral concerts which inspired her to begin learning the cello, going on to study with Elaine Ackers and Richard Jenkinson, former Principal Cello with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. At university she majored in film composition, specialising in the works of Bernard Herrmann. It was through directing and performing her own compositions that her initial interest in conducting arose, which led her to find opportunities conducting various ensembles both within the university and the local community. She continued her conducting studies outside of her university degree with Jonathan Bloxham.

Chloe is the musical director and founder of the Ashdown Sinfonia, a London based Orchestra, performing works including Shostakovich’s Twelfth Symphony and Schuman’s Konzertstück for Four Horns. Chloe is the principal conductor of the University College of London String Orchestra, and has served as a guest conductor with various orchestras, including the Loughborough Symphony Orchestra, Oxford Studio Orchestra and the Amadeus Orchestra. She is also assistant conductor of the Buxted Symphony Orchestra and is engaged to conduct Schumann’s Piano Concerto in the forthcoming season. |