Jamie Miles – Episode 5
Jamie Miles – Episode 5

November 29th, 2020


Jamie Miles: Episode 5

A young viola player and emerging composer, at just 15 years old Jamie Miles is the youngest musicmaker in this podcast series – but don’t under estimate him, he may be still in high school but he’s a rising star in the making! Meet him at this very important stage of his musical journey to hear about his upbringing as a musical native, his exciting ideas about the nature and role of music, and explore his first major work of composition, his Suite for Solo Viola, in this interview with Teddy Darling.

Join Jaimie and Teddy live for the musical sequel to this interview with a full-length feature broadcast of Kamie’s music on Melbourne in Concert at 6pm on Sunday 6 December, only on 3MBS Fine Music Melbourne.

Coming up next in the Musicmakers series, Teddy Darling meets the other half of the Miles Duo to explore the exciting cello adventures of Jamie’s older sister, Charlotte Miles.

Jamie’s music recommendations: Viola Sonata by Rebecca Clark.

Tune into the feature broadcast with Jamie Miles at 103.5FM, on digital, or stream it live at www.3mbs.org.au.

Or listen to it on-demand after it airs at 3mbs.org.au/programs/melbourne-in-concert.

Credits: This episode was written, hosted and produced by Teddy Darling with the support from Adrian McEniery, Frank Prain, Stewart McMillan and other staff members from 3MBS Fine Music Melbourne.

This episode features the following music with the permission of the artists:

‘Suite for Solo Viola’ (excerpts) written and performed by Jamie Miles live at the 3MBS Lady Marigold Southey Performance Studio.

‘Suite for Solor Viola’ by JS Bach (excerpts), performed by Jamie Miles.

‘Suite for Viola and Piano’ (1919) by Ernest Bloch (excerpts), performed by Konrad Olszewski and Jamie Miles.

‘Sonata for Viola and Piano in F Minor’ (No. 1) by Johannes Brahms (excerpts) performed by Konrad Olszewski and Jamie Miles.

“Grotesque’ by Rebecca Clark, performed by the Miles Duo (Jamie Miles viola and Charlotte Miles cello).