Cassandra Miller is a Canadian composer of vocal, chamber and orchestral music, living in London. Her Duet for Cello and Orchestra was hailed as one of the “best classical music works of the 21st century” (The Guardian). Her written compositions often explore the expressive potential of existing pieces of music, while her non-notated works take shape through intimate collaborations with specific performers, including soprano Juliet Fraser and the Bozzini Quartet.
Photo: Benjamin Ealovega
The best classical music works of the 21st century
Cassandra Miller at Aldeburgh Festival
EXAUDI: Verses of Love
EXAUDI presents a portrait of love, with work by Festival featured musician Cassandra Miller, as well as Michael Finnissy, Monteverdi, Gibbons and Elisabeth Lutyens.
Britten Studio, Snape Maltings
BBC Philharmonic I
Violinist Simone Lamsma joins the BBC Philharmonic and their new chief conductor John Storgårds with a programme including classic works by Britten and Sibelius alongside Festival featured artist Cassandra Miller.
Snape Maltings Concert Hall