Mina Miller oral history, f2007

Miller, Mina, 1949-


0.11 cubic ft. (2 audiocassettes and 1 transcript).
Interview conducted on July 16, 2007 with Judith Adler. Miller recounts her childhood and education in New York City and discusses the establishment of the Music of Remembrance project in Seattle. Names mentioned include Gerard Schwarz, Paul Schoenfield, Morgan Smith, Erich Parce, and David Tonkonoqui.
Mina Miller was born in 1949 in New York City. She attended the Conservatory of Manhattan School of Music, attaining her undergraduate and graduate degrees in piano performance. She taught as a professor at University of Kentucky before moving to Seattle in 1997. She is founder and artistic director of the Music of Remembrance project, a performing series dedicated to music of the Holocaust.
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