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Miller Violin Duo

Miller Violin Duo

An 80 strong audience enjoyed a wonderful concert of sonatas, songs and dances by the accomplished partnership of violinists Alison and Danny Miller

Classic Music Live! Falkirk

The Glamis one the opportunity to witness performers...well on the road to a fine career or those with the potential...violinists Alison and Danny Miller fall firmly into the first category...their credentials shone from the first down-bow...which was delivered with razor-sharp precision...there is undoubtedly flair in this pairing

The Courier & Advertiser (Angus & Dundee)

Duo - Instrumental


  • Alison Miller - Violin
  • Danny Miller - Violin


The Miller Violin Duo's repertoire is ever expanding and covers a range of genres from Baroque through to 20th Century and Scottish traditional music. They perform regular programmes for two violins and piano with Scottish Opera's former Head of Music, Derek Clark. There are multiple programmes available including "Music for Two Violins: Through the Ages", "Music of the Palm Court" and "The Golden Age of Hollywood". All programmes are complemented by verbal introductions and insights into the pieces and composers alongside printed programmes. "The Golden Age of Hollywood" (2x violins and piano) is accompanied by projected film and images and includes the music of Waxman, Korngold and others.


The Miller Violin Duo is made up of Scottish violinists Alison Miller and Danny Miller. Alison studied at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, graduating with First Class Honours in 2013. Danny studied at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and then in Salzburg, Austria with Professor Igor Ozim of the Mozarteum Universitat. They both enjoy freelance careers; performing across Scotland as well as abroad at venues in Belgium, Italy, Canada and the USA. At home they freelance with the Orchestra of Scottish Opera, Scottish Ballet, BBCSSO and the Royal Scottish National Orchestra. The Miller Violin Duo performs across Scotland at notable venues including Glamis Castle and St. Giles' Cathedral, Edinburgh. The duo recently began a cultural partnership with the Sicilian town of Caltagirone; "Cultural Connections". Their first project involved recitals for two violins and piano in both Edinburgh and Caltagirone based around Scottish and Sicilian mythology with a new commission for the duo, "Serenata for Colapesce" at the centre of the programme.