Anita D. Miller spent 17 years as a successful free lance horn player in New York City before coming to Salt Lake. She has played extra with New York Philharmonic, Pittsburgh Symphony, and the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra under such conductors as Lorin Maazel, James DuPriest and Kurt Masur. She also includes Utah Symphony, Utah Festival Opera, Utah Chamber Artists, Connecticut Grand opera, Stamford Symphony, Hartford Symphony, New Haven Symphony, Harrisburg Symphony and New World Symphony among her many orchestral credits. As a soloist, she was featured at the Jeunese Musicales International Music Festival in Aberdeen, Scotland. As part of FIVE: A Woodwind Quintet , Ms Miller made her New York Debut with a sold out concert at Weill Recital Hall. Other chamber groups Ms. Miller is worked with include Music Ameci, New York Big Brass, Solid Brass, Harmonie Ensemble, Utah Wind Symphony, and as part of the Red Bank Chamber Music Concert Series. Not limited to classical music, Ms. Miller has regularly performed on Broadway in such shows as Beauty and the Beast, The Phantom of the Opera, The Lion King, Spamalot and many others. In addition, she was a member of the in the Radio City Music Hall Christmas Show, the BMI Big Band and the Gotham Wind Symphony. Her many recordings include Broadway shows, chamber music, orchestral music, jazz, soundtracks, and commercials. As an educator, Ms. Miller taught at the Music Advancement Program at The Juillard School and at The Fieldston School in New York. With her quintet, FIVE, she was awarded a Rural Residency Grant through Chamber Music America to give concerts and lectures throughout Maine. She is a graduate of The Juilliard School where she was a student of Jerome Ashby.