Mark Miller is an active conductor, clarinetist, and composer in the greater Boston area. He conducts the Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras' Repertory Orchestra, the Boston University All-Campus Orchestra and the chamber orchestra at the Community Music Center of Boston. He serves as principal clarinetist of the Cape Cod Symphony and is a member of the wind quintet Arcadian Winds. He has appeared as clarinet soloist with the Simon Sinfonietta, the Cape Cod Symphony Orchestra, Harvard's Mozart Society Orchestra, and the Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras. As a conductor, he has led many concerts by the various BYSO orchestras, has conducted at all-state and district festivals, and has worked with other college, community and youth orchestras. Mr. Miller currently teaches clarinet privately and at Foxborough High School, where he also conducts the clarinet choir. Mr. Miller's original compositions, arrangements, and transcriptions have been performed by Foxborough's nationally-acclaimed ensembles, the Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras, and Arcadian Winds, as well as other performers and ensembles. His many wind quintet arrangements are quite popular and are played by quintets throughout North America and Europe. A native of Pensacola, Florida, Mr. Miller attended the Florida State University, where he earned degrees in composition and clarinet performance. He holds a master's degree in composition from Boston University. He has studied clarinet with Eugene Gonzalez, Fred Ormand, and Michael Webster, and composition with Harold Schiffman, Theodore Antoniou, Joyce Mekeel, and Robert Sirota.