Works performed by Earplay:

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Alexander Elliott Miller is a composer, guitarist and educator currently residing in Southern California. He is the recipient of the 2012 Earplay Donald Aird Composers Award and a 2012 MacDowell Colony Fellowship.

Most recently, soprano Tony Arnold of the International Contemporary Ensemble premiered his new work Brassica: A Song Cycle on Genetic Engineering with the ensemble Definiens in Los Angeles. His work has also been performed by artists including the Grammy-nominated Los Angeles Percussion Quartet, TEMPO, Brave New Works, the Quintet Attacca, Sounds New, pianist Vincent Craig, and violist Dominic DeStefano.

He is currently an Instructor of Music Theory and Composition at Chapman University in Orange, California and a Co-Director of the What’s Next? Ensemble, a new music group in Los Angeles. For more information, please visit his website.

[from program for May 20, 2013 concert]

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