David Miller
maintains a busy recital schedule, enjoying creative collaborations with other solo artists including singers James Bowman, Michael Chance, Charles Daniels, Grace Davidson, Emma Kirkby, Elin Manahan Thomas and Stephen Varcoe, harpist Frances Kelly, violinist Elizabeth Wallfisch and Arab singer/oud player Abdul Salam Kheir. As a much sought after continuo player, David has worked extensively with English National Opera, Royal Opera, Glyndebourne, New York City Opera and English Touring Opera. Among numerous recordings are several CDs of English songs and lute music, including John Dowland discs with both James Bowman and Charles Daniels. He has recorded a CD of consort music by Dowland with Concordia and the King’s Singers, and lute works by Francesco da Milano on Concordia's Titian disc. David is professor of lute at the Guildhall School and Trinity Laban, and tutor for the European Union Baroque Orchestra and the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama. For the past 15 years he has performed at Dartington International Summer School, where his highly regarded lute masterclass continues to inspire the newer generation of young lutenists.