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Tania Miller



"Tania Miller delivered a blockbuster program . . . showcased an energy and conducting style that was focused, delivering a calm intensity . . . expressive, colorful and full of life . . . her confidence and musicality were appreciated by the orchestra and they responded with a huge and glittering sound. . . Miller's experience and charisma are audible."

Jeffrey Johnson
Hartford Courant

"Tania Miller's reading of Tchaikovsky's Fifth Symphony was altogether extraordinary: a technically immaculate, vivid and stirring performance, in which Miller italicized every nuance in this luxuriant score, to gorgeous effect."

Kevin Bazzana
Times Colonist



To commemorate Remembrance Day, the TSO presents Afghanistan: Requiem for a Generation, a soul-searching work by Canadian composer Jeffrey Ryan and Suzanne Steele, Canada’s war poet in Afghanistan.

The concert, directed by Canadian conductor Tania Miller, includes readings from famous war-related poems, and a warm-hearted selection by English composer Ralph Vaughan Williams, featuring TSO Concertmaster Jonathan Crow. (Pictured: Measha Brueggergosman, soprano)


Vancouver, BC – The Canadian Music Centre in British Columbia (CMC BC) is pleased to honour the Victoria Symphony (VS) with an Award of Excellence for the VS’s extraordinary contribution to Canadian Music.

The award was presented onstage to VS Music Director Maestro Tania Miller and the Victoria Symphony by the CMC’s BC Director Sean Bickerton, just before the world premiere of Jeffrey Ryan’s Panthalassa (Water, Because It Sings), on Saturday, February 4 at the Royal Theatre.

Tania Miller wins the 2017 Friends of Canadian Music Award


Getting Ready to Conduct a Concert in Front of 40,000 people Aug 2016

Music Review: Victoria Symphony delivers bold, diverse program

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