Caroline Louise Miller

Composer, Sound Designer, Educator

Caroline Louise Miller’s music explores affect, biomusic, labor, tactility, and digital materiality. She has most recently received grants, fellowships, and commissions through Alarm Will Sound, SPLICE Ensemble with funding from Chamber Music America, Guerilla Opera, Transient Canvas, and Ensemble Adapter. In 2018 she won the ISB/David Walter Composition Competition for Hydra Nightingale, created with free jazz bassist Kyle Motl. Other projects include whistle-session hijacker, a collection of acousmatic/instrumental hip-hop crossover tracks. C.L.M.’s music appears across the U.S. and internationally. She holds a Ph.D in Music from UC San Diego, and is currently Assistant Professor of Sonic Arts at Portland State University in Portland, Oregon.