Olivia Miller is an effervescent soprano with specialized training in Baroque music. At home in Boston, she regularly performs with Handel + Haydn Society, Boston Baroque, Emmanuel Music, Boston Early Music Festival, Newton Baroque, Music at Marsh Chapel, Ensemble Altera, and Vox Futura. Abroad, she sings as soloist and Berwick Chorus member at the Oregon Bach Festival. She was brought to Germany to record Alexander’s Feast on Deutsche Harmonia Mundi record label. She was the soprano Emerging Artist in the inaugural Bach Akademie Charlotte.Ms. Miller finds her greatest joy in the music of J.S. Bach. In consecutive summers 2017/2018, she joined an international ensemble for the Fourth/Fifth Weimar Bach Cantata Academy(s), performing Bach cantatas under the baton of Helmuth Rilling in the German churches where Bach lived and worked. Since then, she has sung more than 60 cantatas professionally, as well as most of the motets and masterworks.In opera, she recently played the villainess Phèdre in Hippolyte et Aricie by Rameau at the historic Woodhouse Copse. She also enjoyed her first pants role, portraying Vertumnus in the US premiere of Pomona by Reinhard Keiser at the Amherst Early Music Festival. Other solo opera performances include Girl in Trio in Trouble in Tahiti, Titania in scenes from The Fairy Queen, and Giunone in scenes from L’ercole amante.