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Sue Miller – Cuban Flute Improviser, Writer & Academic

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My Jazz Piano Recital at LCM in 1994

Just discovered a tape of my postgraduate recital at LCM from 1994 – here’s the rough recording of my Bill Evans tribute ‘When I Fall in Love’

New on-stream track Lola Catula

Check out the new track Lola Catula #2 on the recordings page – just added today!

Look Back in Charanga – Press Release

Carrying on with the puns Look Back in Charanga pays homage to all the greats of Cuban popular music, in particular to the legendary Richard Egües from Orquesta Aragón.

Bandleader and charanga flute improviser Sue Miller studied flute improvisation with Richard Egües in Havana in 2000 and 2001 and has since worked with some of Cuba’s finest traditional charanga players. This recording pays homage to the great charanga flute players and musicians past and present who have developed the Danzón, Mambo, Chachachá and the Pachanga
CD on sale from: http://www.passiondiscs.co.uk

Reviews of Cuban Music on www.gondwanasound.co.uk

Recent CD Reviews of Cuban and Salsa music by Sue Miller are available on www.gondwanasound.co.uk :

Review of The Rough Guide to Cuban Music

Review of Amadito Valdes Bajando Gervasio

My PhD at the University of Leeds

I am currently undertaking a PhD part-time at the University of Leeds, UK, where I combine my practical work as a performer with more traditional research methods. In addition to a written thesis my work  involves recording in the studio and live at concerts,  where analysis, commentary and transcription of flute improvisations link in to [...]