Award winning composer Robert Miller was formally trained at the Mannes College of Music in NYC, and studied privately with American Masters William Schuman and Aaron Copland. Miller has written several works that have been performed by orchestras nationwide. He has been the Composer-In-Residence with the New York-based Jupiter Symphony. The New York Pops performed his orchestrations to Leonard Bernstein?s famed West Side Story Variations at Carnegie Hall. In addition to his symphonic efforts, Miller is considered among the top echelon of composers working in television and commercials. His recent film projects include the feature documentary, Why We Fight, directed by Eugene Jarecki, which won the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance 2005, and the short film Vuilo, directed by Jim Gartner.
Robert Miller is a prolific composer of film, concert, and commercial music. Miller was formally trained at the Mannes College of Music in New York City and studied privately with American Masters William Schuman, Aaron Copland, and Edgar Grana. He was the Composer-In-Residence with the New York-based Jupiter Symphony from 1996-1999. He has scored over 1400 commercials and been the recipient of five CLIO awards. His film work includes the recent Lionsgate/Weinstein company release, Teeth; the 2005 Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner, Why We Fight; and the 2005 Tribeca Film Festival Best Feature winner, Red Doors. He is slated to begin work this spring on Happy Tears, Teeth director Mitchell Lichtenstein's next film.