Radhika Miller was born and raised in San Francisco, the fifth of nine children. Her parents encouraged a creative childhood in a home complete with puppet theater, ballet bars, pianos, painting easels, dance room with a real juke box, and family sing-a-longs led by a mother who is a professional soprano as well as an accomplished pianist.
At age six, Radhika started her own piano lessons. By nine she had discovered the works of Stravinsky and Bartok, whose modern tones spoke to her in a language that sparked an early interest in composing. Her love of choral music led to singing with the San Francisco Symphony Chorus where she met Louis Magor, the renowned conductor. Under his mentorship, she found an artistic model of pure tone that she emulates today in her flute playing.
There are no reviews yet