Amanda Miller

Amanda Miller values dance not for its surface pictures but for its fundamental insights into gravity, anatomy, and space, and uses those principles beyond a state of restating the familiar. Her choreographic works have been performed nationally and internationally in venues ranging from the Royal Opera House in London, to Danspace at St. Mark’s Church in New York, with commissions by The Philadelphia Museum of Art, PRISM Saxophone Quartet, and the Opera Company of Philadelphia. She danced with Pennsylvania Ballet from 1993 to 2002 and has studied the choreographic and improvisational techniques of Alonzo King, William Forsythe and Siobhan Davies.

Last updated: Feb 24, 2016