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"Laura Miller...turned in a rich-toned version of the Vivaldi, driving phrases home, taking expressive liberties...[and] played the Larsen with assurance and a laid-back style. Conradin Kreutzer's Variations...were pulled off very nicely."
-- The Cleveland Classical, January 19, 2010
review of the Meg-Quigley Vivaldi Competition: The Final Round
“...There were numerous outstanding solos from his principal players. ...Among the strong woodwind players were clarinetist Timothy De Wolf, bassoonist Laura Miller, and flutist Diondre McKinney...This would have been a successful achievement for a professional orchestra; that it was the work of advanced students was nothing short of amazing. Bravo!"
-- Classical Voice of North Carolina, July 5, 2007
review of an Eastern Music Festival performance of Shostakovich Symphony No. 10 conducted by David Lockington
E V E N T S
A P R
Dresden Baroque Orchestra
Bach Matthäus Passion
07. April 2023, 15 Uhr
A P R
15. April 2023, 19 Uhr Bad Elster
16. April 2023, 15 & 19.30 Uhr Aschaffenburg, Deutschland
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Orchester Paluselli Consort Stams
06. Mai 2023, 19 Uhr
N E W S
My first concert in 1.5 years and I am so excited and thankful for this opportunity to play with the Dresden Baroque Orchestra!
A new bassoon teaching position has been created in South Tyrol! I have accepted the position and look forward to working with eager pupils in Schlanders.
At IDRS 2018 in Granada, Spain, we set a new Guinness World Record for largest double reed ensemble (511!) and made the front page of the local newspaper!
Happy New Year! There have been many changes in the last few months - including a new residence now in South Tirol, Italy. Loving the mountains, and the musicians are very friendly, too! Looking forward to new adventures....
It's been a busy two years in Munich and a crazy summer traveling in Germany, Italy, and even to San Francisco for the American Bach Soloists Academy.
I am thrilled to say I have completed my studies in historical performance practice in Munich, Germany. The big news is that I will continue my studies this fall at the Juilliard School of Music in New York!
A new year, and a new instrument! I am in love with my beautiful Savary classical bassoon, exquisitely made by Walter Bassetto in Switzerland. HAPPY NEW YEAR!
It's been a whirlwind summer, with fun performances throughout Germany, including Neuburg, Freiburg and Düsseldorf. Now back in Munich, I'm very excited for what lies ahead this school year!
Enjoyed performing in the Schwetzingen Festival last month, and looking forward to the Akademie für Alte Musik Bruneck next month.
School is on break, but can't wait to study for two weeks in north Germany and the Netherlands!
Moving to Europe in less than a month! Looking forward to this wonderful opportunity to study historical bassoons.
*The City of Tomorrow just released their first CD "NATURE" -- check it out!
*Updated website: new audio under "Student Recordings" tab