Bill Miller is a composer for film, TV, and video games. He's best known for his work on the Emmy-nominated show "Con" and "Antidote 15", and the anime series, "Chronexia and the Eight Seals". Born in the Chicago suburbs, Miller moved to Arizona in 2010 and has been increasingly active in his compositional efforts. In addition to film work, Miller has had orchestral pieces commissioned by state bands and orchestras, such as ProMusicaAZ, the West Valley Youth Symphony, and Grand Canyon University.
Miller also helms the music program at a local charter school in northern Phoenix and gives private lessons on a wide variety of instruments.
Original Compositions Performed in Concert
Christmas March (2011): performed by Boulder Creek HS Band (AZ)
Sun and the North Wind (2012): performed by ProMusica Orchestra (AZ)
Graduation and Beyond (2012): performed by Boulder Creek HS Band (AZ)
Fanfare of Champions (2016): performed by Grand Canyon University
Luther (2017): performed by Grand Canyon University
Diamante del Sur (2018): performed by Grand Canyon University
Day in the Life (of a Student) (2019): performed by West Valley Youth Orchestra