Amy Miller, 25 is attending her second year masters at UTEP. Her hometown is in Bethesda Maryland where she began her cello studies. In high school she was selected to be part of the National Symphony Orchestra Fellowship Program based at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. where she had the opportunity to play side by sides with National Symphony Orchestra and perform on the Millennium Stage. Her extracurricular actives were playing with the American Youth Symphony Orchestra and singing with the Children’s Chorus of Washington. Ms. Miller received her Bachelors of Music at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor in 2016, studying under Anthony Elliott as well as receiving a minor in Asian studies. Her summers were spent at music festivals such as Interlochen Center for the Arts, Encore Coda music festival, and Meadowmount School of Music. She is currently a student of Zuill Bailey an is on scholarship as his teaching assistant. Her other involvements on campus are being an active member of El Paso’s Pro Musica program where she plays within the community, the lead teaching assistant of the String Project under Dr. Meyers, and is the principle cellist of the UTEP Symphony Orchestra.