Donald Miller has been a member of The Cleveland Orchestra since 1972. Prior to joining the Orchestra, he was a member of the Toledo Symphony Orchestra, where he also performed as a soloist. Mr. Miller received a bachelor of music degree from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music. He has studied with Robert Bell, Peter Kogan, Michael Rosen, and Richard Weiner. Mr. Miller has held teaching positions with the Cleveland Institute of Music, Cleveland State University, Kent State University, Case Western Reserve University, and the Saskatchewan Summer School of the Arts. His compositions have been published by Ludwig Music, Kalmus Music, Master Music, Henry Carol Music, and Belle Press.
Mr. Miller has a daughter, Bethany, a son, Jonathan, and a granddaughter, Soleil. In his free time, he enjoys landscape gardening, equine husbandry, and animal humane issues and activities.