Kayleigh Miller is a member of the San Antonio Symphony viola section, as well as a yoga and movement instructor. She previously played as a fellow in the National Arts Centre Orchestra under the direction of Pinchas Zuckerman, and as a member of the quartet in residence at the University of Nevada, Reno. She attended the New England Conservatory and Eastman School of Music, studying viola performance with Roger Tapping and Carol Rodland. She has performed at the Spoleto Festival USA, Prussia Cove Masterclasses, Lucerne Festival, and as a member of the New World Symphony and Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra. An active advocate of contemporary music, she has worked with composers such as Philip Glass, Steve Reich, Thomas Ades, Alvin Lucier, George Benjamin, and John Adams. She is additionally a yoga and movement instructor, specializing in restorative exercise, self-massage, and therapeutics. She has completed teaching certifications in Yoga Tune Up®, MovNat®, Yoga 4 Cancer®, and Next Generation Yoga®. She additionally maintains the blog, “Musicians’ Health Collective,” and contributes blogs to publications and other blogs. You can find more about Kayleigh at www.kayleigh-miller.com, www.musicianshealthcollective.com, and on Facebook, @MusiciansHealthCollective.