TAMARA MILLER Biography
Tamara Miller, a Canadian-American Singer-Songwriter, Composer, & Producer for TV & Film graduated with a Bachelor of Music from York University in Toronto. Tamara loves writing and producing introspective, emotional, uplifting piano-driven instrumental tracks from the heart. Tamara composes & produces her music on Logic Pro and is a proud member of the PMA and The Alliance for Women Film Composers.
Tamara currently resides in Austin, Texas where she has performed in some of Austin's most reputable venues including: The Parish, One World Theatre, Waterloo Records, The Belmont, Speakeasy, and Fox 7 Austin Morning News. Tamara's original music has been featured on radio and on numerous TV networks worldwide including CBS, FOX, ABC, MLB, MTV, OWN, DMX (Discovery Networks across Europe), TeenNick, Global TV. Tamara's music is featured on AT&T's Original Series -- You Me Her, The Dr. Oz Show, Fox Sports MLB World series Games, Bad Chad Customs (DMX - across Europe), Indie Films (including a Singaporean Short Film), and Reality TV in the US, Europe, and Israel.
Tamara is currently composing full time for several music libraries based in Los Angeles. Miller has been collaborating on several Dance Pop projects and recently landed an exciting placement on the Emmy Award Winning Soap Opera, The Young and the Restless. Tamara has also written and produced custom tracks which landed placements on The Bachelorette Australia!
As a Singer-Songwriter-Pianist, Tamara's debut EP "60 Seconds" (produced in Toronto by Juno Award Winner, Ron Lopata), was featured on the hit teen drama series, Degrassi: The Next Generation. Her follow up EP "Changing Lanes" (produced by Juno Award Winner, David Martin) received an HMMA Nomination (HOLLYWOOD MUSIC IN MEDIA AWARDS) for "BEST POP SONG."
Miller’s muse comes in many forms—“anywhere and anytime” — from photographs of beautiful Tuscany in a coffee table book, which transport her back to a time when she taught music in Italy and found a napkin in a bar where she immediately wrote her song "It's In Your Eyes." Tamara loves finding grand pianos in random hotels to compose her next song! "It’s like seeing an old diary you haven’t picked up in a long time," she explains. "All these things inspire me to create music. I just have to sit and play!" I am very grateful to be pursuing my passion and sincerely thank all of the amazing people who I continue to meet along the way.